Good afternoon. To get you off the title, you only need to sign a Quit Claim Deed transferring your interest to your husband. But, you do not want to do this unless the lender releases you from the mortgage...because you do not want to give up ownership and yet still owe on the mortgage...If the lender is not willing to release you from liability on the loan, then the only alternative is for your husband to refinance the mortgage himself.
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