A QCD makes no warranties but simply conveys. A QCD is often used to add, remove or transfer, or correct title.
A Beneficiary Deed specifies who will receive title to Real Estate when the Grantor (owner) dies.
AKA "Limited Warranty Deed" The Grantor (Seller) warrants title against all claims arising ONLY from the Grantors actions.
AKA "Warranty Deed" The Grantor (Seller) warrants title against all claims that may have arisen during or before the grantors ownership.
A POA can be used if you, a property owner will be unavailable to sign legal documents. The POA gives someone else the authority to sign on your behalf.
Living Will and Trusts
Codicils & Amendments
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