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I want to transfer a property in Safety Harbor, FL from four

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I want to transfer a property in Safety Harbor, FL from four siblings that jointly own it along with a fifth sibling to the fifth sibling. The property consists of both a trailer home and land. The land is held jointly by all five siblings via a warranty dead. What is the best form of deed to effect the transfer of the land?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Lucy, Esq. replied 1 year ago.


I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today.

The easiest way to transfer property among family members is a quitclaim deed. That means none of the siblings are responsible if any issues with the title arise, but since you already all own the property, and you have a warranty deed, that usually wouldn't be a problem. The deed should be signed in front of a notary, who can witness all of the signatures.

This site has a good template you can use. There are some forms online, but most of the ones I'm seeing would be tough to fit 5 names on, so it could help to draft it yourself. And that way, you'll also have room for all five signatures.

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