Lady bird deeds are used in estate planning. They allow the owner (or grantor) to pass down the property according to their wishes after their death. The deed’s designated beneficiary (or grantee) will automatically get the property, and the owner can change the beneficiary as they’d like. A major benefit is that the property is passed without going through probate after the grantor dies.
Even if the process sounds straightforward, legal issues can arise in these scenarios. Instead of figuring out the next steps on your own, work with the PeytonBolin attorneys for better results.
What We Need:
- Property address
- 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 lady bird deed via email
How It Works:
- Submit your request for a lady bird deed with the above information
- You receive your deed within five working days of the request
- Choose the express fee option if you need your ladybird deed sooner
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