Quit Claim & Filing Separation Papers


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You can complete an amended property settlement agreement, so that he is waiving his rights to the property. You do not have to file this document with the court.

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#2

I have 2 questions and I thank you in advance for any responses to these questions.

  1. I have made an offer to pay husband a fair amount for his share of the equity in our home. If he agrees, what forms need to be completed? It is my understanding that he can sign a Quit Claim Deed with provisions that I will pay him within a certain number of days and will refinance to remove his name from the mortgage, also within a specified number of days. Is this correct and if not, please advise as to what needs to be done to legally complete this transaction.

  2. We have completed our property settlement agreement, with dcoumentation that we have not yet resolved the disposition of the house, and our separation agreement. This document has been signed and notarized. Does it need to be filed with the court system?

Thanks again for your help.

Wendy