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Documents Affidavit by Surviving Spouse Succeeding to Title to Community PropertyThis affidavit is recorded by a surviving spouse when the property was held as community property and there has not been and will not be any Probate Code 13502 or 13503 election in any probate proceeding.
$99
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Documents Affidavit by Surviving Spouse Succeeding to Title to Community Property By Right of SurvivorshipThis affidavit is recorded by a surviving spouse when the property was held as community property with right of survivorship.
$99
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Documents Affidavit - Death of Trustee This affidavit is recorded after the death of a trustee, of certain real property.
$99
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Documents Affidavit - Change of Trustee This affidavit is recorded after the change of a trustee, of certain real property.
$99
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Documents Affidavit - Death of Joint Tenant This affidavit is recorded after the death of a joint tenant.
$99
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Documents Assignment and Assumpton of Lease Simple assigment of real property lease.
$99
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Documents Assignment and Assumption of Lease (With Landlord's Consent and Release)This lease assignment contains a landlord consent and a release of assignor from further responsibilies under the lease. Commercial or residential leases.
$149
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Documents Assignment of Deed of Trust Use this document to assign a deed of trust with accompanying prommisorry note(s) specified in the deed of trust.
$149
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Documents Grant Deed - Community Property With Right of Survivorship Subject to certain probate code restrictions, this deed will allow the transfer of real property held as community property with right of survivorship to pass outside of probate proceedings.
$149
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Documents Grant Deed This deed can be used to transfer title to real property with warranties of title, i.e., the interest conveyed in the real estate has not been transferred to another, except as disclosed in the grant deed; and the real estate has not been encumbered by the grantor, except as disclosed in the grant deed.
$149
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Documents Interspousal Transfer Deed This deed transfers real property between spouses. There is no reappraisal under Poposition 13. It may be used when there is a transfer to a trustee for the beneficial use of a spouse, or the surviving spouse of a deceaased transferor or by a trustee of such a trust to the spouse of the trustor; or a transfer to a spouse or former spouse in connection with a property settlement agreement or decree of dissolution of a marriage or legal separation; or a creation, transfer, or termination, solely between spouses, of any co-owner's interest; or the distribution of a legal entity's property to a spouse or former spouse in exchange for the interest of such spouse in the legal entity in connection with a property settlement agreement or a decree of dissolution of a marriage or legal separation.
$149
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Documents Interspousal Grant Deed This interspousal grant deed is used when there is no consideration for the transfer. It may used, for examples, when there is a transfer from joint tenancy to community property, from one spouse to the other, from one spouse to both spouses, or from one both spouses to one spouse.
$149
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Documents Quitclaim Deed This deed is used to convey the transferor's interest in real property, whatever that interest may be, if any. It carries no warranties with it.
$149
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Documents Residential Lease Agreement This is a standard lease agreement for the rental of residential property.
$149
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Documents Short Form Deed of Trust and Assignment of Rents This document is recorded to create a lien against real property, with the consent of the debtor.
$149
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Documents Trust Transfer Deed This deed is used when property is transfered into a trust (e.g., to John Doe, trustee) or there is a change of trustee.
$149
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Documents Simple Revocable Transfer on Death (TOD) Deed A Simple Revocable Transfer on Death (TOD) Deed will allow you to plan ahead for the transfer of certain residential properties after death, outside probate, which deed may be revoked before death.
$249
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