Fully Customized Real Estate Deed for a Trust - $99
When real estate is conveyed, a document called a "Deed" must be recorded with the local county recorder. This document declares who bought and sold the property along with the purchase price. A detailed legal description of the property is included to identify what was sold.
This includes when real estate is placed into a Living Trust. The Trust documents may also require an additional certification or provision for clarity that real estate is being transferred.
The deed proves ownership. All transactions in Illinois require a deed given to the buyer signed by the seller. Some local governments, such as Cook County, require additional documents before the deed is recorded. This may include a notarized affidavit signed by all parties to the transaction.
Michael E. Byczek shall prepare a customized deed between the buyer and seller that conforms to applicable local laws, such as including required affidavits. He shall not submit the deed to the local government recorder. This package is solely to prepare the documents for the client to finalize on their own.
A verification letter shall be sent to the owner of the real estate to prevent a fraudulent transfer of ownership.
Once payment is received and the written Attorney-Client agreement acknowledged, you will receive access to a secure collaborative file sharing platform to exchange documents and information.
Disclaimer: The documents are only valid for real estate located in the State of Illinois and are provided for personal non-commercial use.
This customized legal service requires a written Attorney-Client agreement. You must read, acknowledge, and submit the agreement before an attorney-client relationship is formed. You may send payment first, but legal services shall not be provided without the agreement.
Each owner must submit their own separate attorney-client agreement. For example, if a married couple are putting their home into a Trust, each spouse must submit their own agreement. Only one fee is required, even though multiple agreements are submitted. This step is the virtual equivalent of multiple clients signing a single physical contract in-person.
Online payments may be made with PayPal or Venmo through the following options (link opens a QR Code for payment).
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