Transfer of Property Ownership to a Spouse in Divorce

A quitclaim deed is a legal document that transfers interests in property to another. The property that is commonly transferred by quitclaim deed includes a house, land, mobile home, or time share.

A quitclaim deed is used often by divorcing couples to transfer property that was owned by the spouses. The quitclaim transfers one spouse’s interests in the property to the receiving spouse.

A quitclaim deed is sometimes referred as a “quick claim deed” or a “quit claim deed” although these aren’t the proper names. A separate quitclaim deed is need for each property that is transferred.

We provided quitclaim services online. An experienced Tennessee divorce family law attorney will prepare your quitclaim deed and all related documents for you. We also provide you with detailed instructions.

If you need to transfer property from one spouse to the other following your divorce we provide quitclaim service for only $95 for customers of our uncontested divorce service. If you need a quitclaim please send us an email along with your Case ID and ask us to prepare a quitclaim deed for you.

For non-customers the cost of our quitclaim service if $149. Please email us at [email protected] and ask us about a post-divorce quitclaim service.