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yes just called and you are right
however she was not being exactly clear on what I need to bring
so I want to make sure I will need to bring
1) the quitclaim deed form that has been signed off by the grantor which is my parents
2) the original deed
3) $16 for the first page and $4 after that. so cash.
4) I would assume my ID to identify me as the grantee
whatelse, she said it is best to stop by the office, which I agree I do not want to mail the original deed and get it lost or anything