Can a person's name be taken off of a deed, even though he is the Primary?

Asked by Edit, Edit Sun Jan 20, 2008

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Pam Winterba…, Agent, Danville, VA
Sun Jan 20, 2008
A person or primary person can deed out of the property. If there is a loan against the property and they are on the loan they will still remain on the loan even though they deed off unless the other party (s) do a refinance.
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Nina Chen La…, Agent, Dunn Loring, VA
Sun Jan 20, 2008
Sometimes in that case, a Power of Attorney could be established. In these such cases, it is best to consult your attorney to see what your options are.
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Stage Right!…, , Hockessin, DE
Sun Jan 20, 2008
Is there ever a case, such as in a person's diminished mental state or if the person becomes incarcerated, that it can be forced?
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Edit, , Edit
Sun Jan 20, 2008
Thank you, Nina, for your prompt response.
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Nina Chen La…, Agent, Dunn Loring, VA
Sun Jan 20, 2008
The person who will be removing their name from the deed would have to agree to do so, by signing off on the new deed that reflects the transfer to another party.
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