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You may file a Quit Claim Deed. A Quit Claim Deed is most used between spouses when one spouse will will remain on the title and live in the house after divorce or separation. This deed would transfer the title from community property to separate property. You extinguish your rights to the property once you sign it. The Quit Claim Deed must be signed and notarized in order to be valid. Usually, a Preliminary Change in Ownership Form is filed with the deed. I hope this helps.
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