The Farah Law Firm

Real Estate Title Transfers

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Getting in touch with a real estate lawyer from Farah Law Firm is the first step in giving you the asset protection you need. Don’t discover the value of such services after the fact.

Transferring a real estate deed is essential when you are selling your home. The final process of selling your house often involves transferring the ownership of the property that you are selling. However, you might also need to transfer a real estate deed if you plan to give your home to your children after you retire. Fortunately, transferring a real estate deed does not take that much time when you take advantage of the help that our professional real estate attorneys are equipped to provide. Let our team take on the task of transferring and even filing the deed for you. A title transfer in Texas is required when the name of the owner of the property has been changed or removed.

How A Lawyer Can Help With Real Estate Title Transfer

When you need a title transfer in Texas, our real estate attorneys can file and prepare the transfer deed for you. However, we will need you to provide a little bit of information about the property whose title you are transferring. We will also need information about the people that are listed on the real estate title. Once we have this information, our professional real estate attorneys can create a legal description of the property in order to continue with the real estate title transfer process. A member of our team will also have to confirm who currently owns the deed. There are normally three different types of processes for a title transfer in Texas.

Real Estate Title Transfer Types

We normally deal with three types of Texas title transfers. These can include:

  • transferring the title to a trust,
  • transferring it to a business, or
  • handling the death of a co-owner who is still on the current deed.

If you need us to take handle the transferring of a title to a trust, we will need an abstract of trust or certificate of trust. If you need us to transfer the title to a business, we will need an article of incorporation or a certificate of formation. In the event that a co-owner of a deed has passed away, we can start with an affidavit only after we are provided with a copy of the legal death certificate.

Turn To The Farah Law Firm For Your Title Transfers

If you’re searching for real estate title services, The Farah Law Firm has the best attorneys for the job. We have years of experience within the real estate industry and we know the intricacies of title transfer processes. In order to ensure that your title transfer process is quick and worry-free, contact the real estate lawyers at The Farah Law Firm now.

What Our Clients Say About Us

“I was referred to The Farah Law Firm by a friend of mine when I was injured in an auto accident. I am so glad that my friend referred me to Michael and his extremely helpful team. They were not only successful in getting my settlement but also helped me find great doctors to aid in my recovery from the accident. I highly recommend The Farah Law Firm.”

    EDDIE G.

    “Michael, I would like to express my thanks to you and your entire team for all your hard work in getting my case to a fair and generous settlement. I could not have asked for better legal representation for the long and nerve-racking process of my case. You are very compassionate, nice, and extremely good at what you do. I respect your dedication representing the victims of a personal injury cases.”

      TINA L.

      “The Farah Law Firm has an extensive knowledge of business entity transactions in Texas and had kept my transaction moving smoothly and in the right direction. Thank you Michael for making the process easy.”

        ESSAM K.

        “Michael drafted the lease that we will use for our commercial building. He had great communication, was readily available to answer any questions we had, and was very professional. He wrote us a lease that fit our need and I will definitely work with The Farah Law Firm again in the future.”

          CHARLES B.

          “I hired The Farah Law Firm for the non-traditional sale of my residential property. The Farah Law Firm’s professionalism and outstanding knowledge of residential transactions made the sale go smoothly. The Attorneys and staff at the Farah Law Firm were understanding and took the time to explain each step of the process. They will be the ones who I will refer to all my friends and family for any future legal endeavors.”

            LALO T.

            *Please note: Due to the costs involved and the favorability of land in Texas per contract and common law, we currently are not accepting residential tenant defense cases.