A ladybird deed is often used in estate planning. The owner is allowed to stay in the property for their lifetime and then upon their death, the property automatically goes to the designated beneficiary in the ladybird deed. The owner also retains the right to sell the property during their lifetime and keep all proceeds from the sale, and can change the beneficiary as desired. Once the owner dies, the property ownership is transferred without probate. This is a great option if the property is the only major asset that would enter probate after a person’s death.
These matters can be complex and time consuming. Get the legal assistance you need in preparing a ladybird deed quickly and efficiently. After gathering some basic information about the parties involved, we will email the recorded ladybird deed to you with a quick turnaround.
What We Need:
The balance of any mortgage on the property
Sales price, if any
Name, marital status, and address of the grantor and grantee
What You Get:
A recorded ladybird deed via email
We’ll deliver your ladybird deed within five working days of your request. We are committed to providing open communication and respond to inquiries quickly. If you need your product even sooner, however, we offer an express fee to get you what you need within your own timeline.
Questions? Comments? Concerns? Reach out to our team at PeytonBolin and talk to a friendly professional about your deed preparation needs.