Title Transfers & Survivorship Applications
Heer Legal takes a comprehensive approach to assist our clients with title transfers in a transparent and efficient manner. Common instances include gifting property to loved ones, transferring property pursuant to a separation agreement or divorce settlement, transferring title between trustees, and transferring title following the death of a joint tenant.
There are many situations that can require the transfer of ownership in property. Common instances include gifting property to loved ones, transferring property pursuant to a separation agreement or divorce settlement, transferring title between trustees, and transferring title following the death of a joint tenant. Heer Legal provides a comprehensive approach to our clients in order to facilitate such transactions in a transparent and efficient manner.
When property is co-owned by individuals as joint tenants, the co-owners have an identical undivided interest in the property. In such circumstances, when one owner passes away, the surviving owners are granted an automatic right of survivorship. In other words, the deceased’s ownership interest in the property is transferred to the surviving owners. Although the right of survivorship is automatic, a Survivorship Application must be made to officially remove the deceased’s name from title to the property. Heer Legal also assists clients with submitting Survivorship Applications to legally register any change in property ownership.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist with your estate matter.
Why Choose Heer Legal?
We take pride in being a reliable, accessible, and service-oriented law firm that strives to make the transactional process a seamless one. Our team is available around-the-clock to ensure any questions or concerns relating to your real estate transaction are addressed in a timely manner. With services offered in-office and virtually, we provide legal representation tailored to your individual needs.