What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?
I want to complete a Quitclaim form for Maricopa County, Arizona.
The House is in a Trust. The woman who created the trust is still alive. she has control of the trust. She wants to gift her house to her son. In completing the form, what name do I use as the owner of the house? I assume that the Trust is the owner but that the woman signs for the trust?
I'd want a title company to review the trust documents to make certain that any criteria for conveyance by the trust is met. That there is evidence of the authority of the trustee, and that it is, in fact, the trust in whom title is vested. After that, I'd want to make certain the dead is properly drafted and executed, and contains the current correct legal description. In other words, do it right and pay for professional services.
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