I need to remove my daughter from my title to my home. She Has become controlling.
You have her execute a "quitclaim deed" or you sue her to quite your title to the property. Quitclaim deeds can be used to convey ownership rights between parties with no warranty of title. Often, this type of deed will be used to add or remove someone from the title to the property. A quitclaim deed can be prepared to ensure the correct owners are on record. Once the deed is signed, it should be filed on record in the proper county.
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