I bought the timeshare with an old boyfriend 10 years ago and both our names are XXXXX XXXXX deed. I haven't seen the boyfriend in 10 years. How can I get his name removed so I can sell the timeshare
I'll try. How do I get a quit claim?
New York but the time share is in Virginia
Thank you for your patience.
These are links to free forms of quit claim deeds that can be used to deed property in Virginia. Since he may be signing in NY the notary will be filed out by a NY Notary to witness the signature. The deed will be recorded in the county in Virginia where the timeshare is located.
This link is a pay for form that I prefer at http://www.uslegalforms.com/va/VA-02-77.htm
This link sets out the requirements
Please feel free to ask me any questions that you may have with regard to preparation of the deed. It would be my pleasure to continue to assist you.
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