Deeds and Transfers
SAN ANTONIO REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY NATHANIEL GILBERT
THE LAW OFFICE OF NATHANIEL GILBERT, PLLC
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What Makes a Valid Deed?
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What is a Quitclaim Deed?
A deed is the vehicle by which property is transferred from one person or entity to another. Deeds are usually part of a larger transaction for our clients, such as the purchase or sale of a property. Other times, clients want to take advantage of tax or liability and asset protection and transfer their property from their own name into an LLC (Click here for more information on forming a Real Estate Investment LLC).
Whatever the case, San Antonio Real Estate Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert will help make the transaction go as smoothly as possible, and provide efficient, affordable legal services in a timely manner.
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