Daughter and son in law. Is. On the deed,need to add another name
You should be able to, without any difficulty. However, keep in mind, that once you do this, there is no turning back.
You have “asked” in another question. You NEED yo get this to a real estate and estate planning attorney before you mess this up more. Please! Most attorneys will give you a free one-hour consult to determine where you want to take this!!!!! Then you can make a decision to hire or not! You cannot “get brain surgery by an Internet inquiry”, can you???? Do this the right way.
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If your daughter, and your son-in-law are already in the chain of title then you are not THE owner, you are just one of the owners. Hire an attorney to help sort this out.
You haven't identified the other parties...
Only persons who are in title on property can 'add' another owner, and even then only when holding certain types of title themselves. If you have an ownership interest in the property you may be able to convey all or a part of your title interest to another party.
If your daughter and son-in-law are the only owners now, they are the only persons who can convey a title interest to another person.
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