Kalamazoo Property Transfer Attorneys
The baby boom generation has spent decades building up a legacy to leave to cherished loved ones, which includes a great deal of real property. To ensure that property transfers are handled properly and advantageously, it is crucial to seek the counsel of an experienced estate planning attorney.
At Willis Law, we provide skilled representation to individuals, couples, families and businesses throughout West Michigan, assisting them with all aspects of property transfers, estate planning and asset protection. You can rely on our lawyers and staff to provide you with attentive service and focus on pursuing a property transfer plan that is in your best interest.
The Two Most Common Types of Deed Transfers
If you are transferring property, our attorneys can help you determine the process that needs to be followed for a successful result. In most cases, a property transfer will be accomplished through one of the following:
- Quitclaim deed transfer: This is a good option for property owners who want to transfer their property and have no further financial or legal interest in it. Quitclaim deed transfers are often used to transfer property to a spouse or to children.
- Warranty deed transfer: In a warranty deed transfer, the current property owners are promising that they can provide good title to the property and that it is free of liens or other ownership claims. If they are wrong, they can be held accountable financially.
We will focus on making your property transfer as beneficial as possible, maximizing value for you and your beneficiaries while minimizing your tax exposure.
Personal Service for Your Property Transfer Needs
For sound advice on property transfers and all of your estate planning needs, contact us online or call (888) 461-7744 today for a free consultation with our Kalamazoo property transfer lawyers. We also have office locations in Grand Rapids and Paw Paw.