Years ago my sister and I owned an inherited property. She bought out my half so she could own it with her husband. The Quit Claim deed has myself listed as a grantor which says "My name, a married woman". My husband's name was never on any deed. He did not sign the Quit claim deed to my sister and her husband. Now years later the property is being foreclosed by the HOA and my husband has been included in the foreclosure even though he never owned the property. Is there any way to remove his name? They have referred to him as "The unknown spouse of My name".
There are several real estate documents that may be required when buying or selling property, including a purchase agreement, property disclosure and deed.
A quitclaim deed is used to transfer ownership without a sale taking place or verifying ownership. It's often used to transfer property between family members.