Are you committing a UPL Violation?
If you are not aware of how Unauthorized Practice of Law (UPL) is defined in your state, you may unknowingly commit a violation during the deed preparation process.READ MORE
Deed Preparation FAQ: Deed vs. Deed of Trust
As a leading deed preparation company, uDEED understands the confusion between deeds and deeds of trust, also sometimes called trust deeds.READ MORE
How to add a spouse, co-owner, husband, wife, registered domestic partner or child to your property deed or title.
In general, anyone that is listed on a deed to a property can add whomever they want to the title or deed. People seem to get confused about title versus deed.READ MORE
How to remove a spouse, co-owner, husband, wife, registered domestic partner or child to your property deed or title.
Unlike adding a person to your deed or title, removing a person or people from your title requires that the parties being removed agree to sign to remove themselves from the deed in front of a notary.READ MORE
How to transfer your property, deed or title into your revocable living trust or living trust document.
Transferring your assets including your deed to your property into your living trust is maximizing the legal resources within the trust to avoid probate as well as handle distribution of assets held in the trust name including your deed to your property.READ MORE
How do I remove a deceased person such as a husband or wife from my title or deed?
In general, so long as a living person remains on the deed, the living person can remove a deceased person through what is known as an affidavit in conjunction with a deed.READ MORE
How to remove a husband or wife due to divorce or as part of a divorce decree.
An official document from the court usually is required to be filed along with a new deed to validate the transfer when completed.READ MORE