Thank you, Simon.
In this case, all she has to do is sign a quitclaim
deed. A quitclaim deed is a legal document that transfers her interest in the title to yours. PS 16-9781
You can find a free copy of such a sample deed here
. She will need to sign it and have it notarized.
She is the "Grantor." Once she signs the quitclaim, it is filed with the county records office where one can simply state that they wish to "record" the quitclaim deed.
The recorder's office information is below:
Recorder of Deeds Division
Lehigh County Courthouse
455 W. Hamilton Street
8:00 AM to 3:45 PM
I hope this helps and clarifies.
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