When Do You Need To Transfer Property In California?
The main scenarios for transferring property to a new owner are during a sale or after a death. Property transfers can be a complex matter, and it’s a process related to a sale that has its own mechanisms and challenges.
At So. Cal. Realty Law, APC, our property transfer lawyers’ attention to detail helps clients manage the difficulties of their real estate law challenges. Our dedicated litigators work for property owners across San Diego and the rest of Southern California. Our team’s commitment to solving your problems means we’re here to answer your questions and provide you with vital information.
How Property Transfers Work
Transferring property isn’t as simple as signing a piece of paper. There are many forms and processes that you must fill out, including:
- Quit claim deeds
- Warranty deeds
- Grant deeds
- Transfer on death deeds
- Life estate deeds
In turn, the type of deed you choose depends on if you’re pursuing joint ownership of property or if the property is commercial or residential.
Efficiently Addressing Transfer Disputes
In addition to the already complex transactional side of these property transfers, there are always openings for intense scrutiny and litigation. Our team can help you with both the transaction and the litigation and pursue your goals with skill, dedication and zealous advocacy.
On Your Side: So. Cal. Realty Law
Our goal is to be the one-stop you need for your real estate law needs. Our lawyers have the experience and mindset necessary to make a major impact on your problems. Turn to us to find out how we can help you. Call 619-826-8213 or send an email using this form.