Me and my husband are married living in different states I am living in California for work and he is in North Carolina we are not seperated or getting a divorce. He wants to buy a house without me having ownership to it and I’m fine by that what documents do I need to guarantee he gets a house without me having to do with it.
You both will need to sign a free trader agreement which would allow your husband to purchase real property without your name on the deed.
If purchasing real property in NC while married, NC law requires that both spouses’ names be on the deed unless there is a free trader document that has been executed.
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