Prepare your deed without the worry.
When you're changing a property deed, we make it simple.
When do you need a new deed?
To transfer property to family or businessWhen no money is changing hands, you don't need to involve an escrow company. You can do it yourself.
To fund your living trustTransfer the title of the property and add it to your living trust.
To add or remove a name from the titleCreate a new deed if you want to include a spouse or remove a deceased co-owner.
We'll guide you through the process
We check the title and confirm the details of ownership and the exact legal description of your property. Then we file your property deed with the County Recorder's Office. Where it's required, we also ensure your deed is reviewed by a licensed attorney.
How long does it take?
Our simple, three-step process begins with an online questionnaire, after which the new deed will be ready for your review and signature within 5-7 business days. Expedited processing and filing are also available.