All you need to do is execute a "Quit Claim Deed". Your personal attorney can do this for you or you can use a local attorney. This is a very straightfoward transaction.
I personally have worked with Jill Mcrory Law & Tiltle Co. She is very experienced and is very reasonable in her fees.
Address: 150 Laishley Ct. Suite 122
Punta Gorda, 33950
She handles Real Estate Law, Estate Planning & Tax Law
If you need any additonal information I would be happy to help.
Sandra Rubinstein: SFT, TRC
Keller Williams Realty; Peace River Partners, LLC.
Franco, You will need to execute a Quick Claim Deed to yourself and your wife. I recommend using an Real Estate Attorney and should be reasonable cost.
I recommend calling
John L. Wideikis, Esquire
Berntsson, Ittersagen, Gunderson
Waksler & Wideikis, LLP
18401 Murdock Circle
Port Charlotte, Florida 33948-1088
Telephone (941) 627-1000
Hi Franco - a properly completed quitclaim deed recorded in the public records of the county where the property is located will take care of that for you. If you need a local contact to assist you with that, please get in touch with me directly. Thank you and have a great day! Lorrie Tanksley, Realtor - RE/MAX Harbor Realty