Deed Transfers

If you own real estate, legal evidence of that ownership is the Deed.  Ownership can take different forms depending on who is named on the Deed as an owner.  Therefore, a Deed is an extremely important document.  It must accurately reflect who the owners are, the type of ownership, and the property description.  A proper Deed must be recorded with the Clerk of the County in which the property is located.

At the Long Island law firm of Harms & Harrigan, LLP, the attorneys are experienced in Deed transfers.  Since the transfer of a Deed has significant financial consequences, they can assist you in transferring your Deed in a proper and legal manner.

Our Experience Speaks for Itself

The attorneys of Harms & Harrigan, LLP have handled numerous Deed transfers and can help you with:

  • Transferring a Deed to a family member
  • Adding or removing individuals from a Deed
  • Correcting improperly prepared Deeds
  • Transferring Deeds with Life Estates
  • Transferring Deeds to businesses such as LLC’s or Corporations

Clients have also been assisted in transferring a Deed to a Trust by having the proper Deed prepared, in preparing the transfer documents required to be filed with the County, and by having your Deed properly recorded.

Here For You Throughout The Deed Transfer Process

At Harms & Harrigan, LLP, the importance of Deed transfers is understood and the attorneys will be happy to handle such a matter on your behalf.

If you would like to know more or you need assistance with Deed transfers, contact the law firm of Harms & Harrigan, LLP.