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It would require you to have a deed prepared transfering ownership from yourself to your son. the deed would then be recorded in the county clerk's office. There are one or two other documents which are also necessary in order to effectuate the transfer. I would however suggest that you consult with an attorney before doing this as there may be tax implications or other rights and liabilities which need to be discussed.
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I agree with Mr. D'Alessandro. You should contact either an estate planning attorney or a tax attorney concerning the transfer. Preparing the deed and other required forms is not difficult. But, the transfer may have capital gains, gift and income tax implications that you should be aware of.
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The legal documentation required is fairly simple. However, you should first consult with a CPA or a tax attorney regarding possible tax ramifications of the transfer for you and/or your son. Upon confirming that there are no such ramifications, you should consult with an attorney proficient in real estate transactions to ensure that the documentation is properly prepared and recorded with the clerk in the county in which the property is located.
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