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An interspousal transfer deed, more technically called an interspousal transfer grant deed, is a legal document used to give sole ownership of shared property, such as a house, to one person in a marriage. They are commonly employed in divorce cases to transfer community property to one spouse.
Yes. In the State of North Carolina, the joinder of a spouse is required to pass clear title. The exception to this rule would be if there is a free trader or pre nuptial agreement.
Property owned by either party prior to marriage is that partys separate property, provided that it is not gifted to the marital unit. Equitable distribution law presumes, further, that an equal (50/50) division of the marital property will be equitable.
A North Carolina quit claim deed is a legal form used to convey real estate in North Carolina from one person to another. A quitclaim, unlike a warranty deed, does not come with a guarantee from the seller, or grantor, as to whether the grantor has clear title to the property or has the authority to sell the property.
Tenancy by the Entirety This a form of concurrent ownership is reserved for real property held by a married couple. North Carolina law views spouses as holding title to real property as a single legal unit meaning the unit owns the entire interest.
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Can I prepare my own deed and have it recorded? North Carolina law allows you to prepare a Deed of Conveyance for any real property to which you have legal title. However, the conveyance of real property is a legal matter that should be given under and with the advise of legal counsel.
If the wifes name is not on the deed, it doesnt matter. Its still marital property because it was bought during the marriage. This makes it marital property and is still split between both parties. The wife is entitled to receive either equal share or equitable share of the house.
Both spouses owning property Both parties must sign documents in purchase, sale, or refinance transactions. A married person buying property individually The owner needs to sign, but their spouse may not be required to sign documents at closing.
A married person buying property individually The owner needs to sign, but their spouse may not be required to sign documents at closing. North Carolina has a specific statute allowing a married buyer of real estate to sign their purchase-money Deed of Trust without requiring the signature of the buyers spouse.
A quit claim deed transfers the legal ownership of the property from one party to another, and doesnt require attorneys or legal help, unless you choose to consult an attorney.

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