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Quit Claim Deed still Necessary?

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oldone1

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What is the name of your state?NC

:confused:

I co-signed with my ex-husband on the special warranty deed, Deed of Trust, and Land Title Insurance when we purchased a home, but he is the mortgagor and I have nothing to do with the mortgage payments. We are no longer married. Would he be able to sell the home or is a quit claim deed necessary because my name is on all those documents?

THank you. I need advice.
 


oldone1 said:
What is the name of your state?NC

:confused:

I co-signed with my ex-husband on the special warranty deed, Deed of Trust, and Land Title Insurance when we purchased a home, but he is the mortgagor and I have nothing to do with the mortgage payments. We are no longer married. Would he be able to sell the home or is a quit claim deed necessary because my name is on all those documents?

THank you. I need advice.
A quit claim is necessary.
 

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