If you have title insurance, a warranty deed is preferable. Contact your title insurance company to see if they will prepare a deed for you, or hire a local attorney. A mistake on the deed can be costly later. An additional recommendation is to consult an estate planning attorney to assist in planning your estate as well as to consider any other issues, such as asset protection or probate avoidance.
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