if we are seniors who recently married and my husband wants to put me on the deed, what is the proper way to fill out the quitcalim?

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if we are seniors who recently married and my husband wants to put me on the deed, what is the proper way to fill out the quitcalim?

Are we teneants in common or joint tenants and there is a space that asks how much of the house he is quitclaiming, is it 50 % or 100 %. We have a prenup whereby this house is mine upon his death and goes to my heirs when I die .If I predecease him he can remain in the house as long as he wishes or he dies. He has 2 rental properties that go to his 2 chldren. We are all Ok with this and discussed it all before we signed the prenup. He bought this house for me before we married 4 months ago and I invested money in it as well.

Asked on December 18, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Nevada

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Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

The best way to take care of the somewhat complicated fact pattern you have written about is to consult with a real estate attorney to draft the needed document. The best way is to record a memorialization of the prenuptial agreement on the property. As to the percentage of quitclaim, if one owner is giving up 100% of the interest he or she owns, then the quitclaim should state such percentage.


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