Attorney for Quit Claim Deeds in Summerville and Charleston, South Carolina
In South Carolina, a quit claim deed is a real property deed which transfers (conveys) only that interest in the property in which the grantor has title. Unlike a warranty deed, a South Carolina quit claim deed does not guarantee good title to the property. Sometimes, quit claim deeds are referred to as a “quick” claim deed due to its frequent use to quickly resolve disputes in title or change title between family members such as in the following scenarios:
- When a property owner gets married and wants to add the spouse to the title
- When property owners divorce and one spouse wants to be removed from the title
- When grandparents are gifting property to their grandchildren
- When property is being put into a family trust
Hire an Experienced Summerville Real Estate Lawyer
Regardless of whether there is no money involved, real estate transactions, including quit claim deeds, should be taken seriously. At The Suttles Law Firm, we have the experience you need to ensure that your transaction is valid and legal. If you need an attorney to prepare a quitclaim deed, then please contact our office today.