Bought real estate in 1980. Married in 1994.
Real Estate Attorney
I agree with counsel. Make sure to file a Preliminary Change of Ownership Report with the Deed indicating that the transfer is between spouses so your property taxes do not get re-assessed.
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Yes, you may file a new deed to give your spouse rights to the property.
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You should have your situation reviewed by a real estate attorney who can advise you the best way to achieve your goal, while minimizing any potential tax increases. If there are tax or other issues, you may want to transfer title to a trust which can also give your spouse rights in the property.
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