Over ten years ago my boyfriend and I bought a timeshare in Las Vegas. I paid it off and would like his name off the deed. I tried several ways but would like this to happen legally
This sounds like a challenging situation. The first issue is that the property is a timeshare - and timeshares are sold in a bewildering variety of forms. A very, very few timeshares (such as some of the Starwood resorts) are actually "fee simple" in nature. If your timeshare is "fee simple" then the easiest way to get your ex's name off the deed is to have him quit claim deed (QCD) the property to you. If you are not in touch, or he's not inclined to do that, you'd need to go to court.
For the wide variety of other timeshare structures, there is no actual "deed" and you would need to look at the specific documents to see how to remove another owner.
As a practical matter, this is a concern primarily if you want to sell the unit or otherwise encumber it, and need the other "owners" signature. Until then, happy vacationing!
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