Hi. Thank you for the question. Do you think your ex is agreeable to a quit claim deed?
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If you are still in need, this is not a difficult process. Let me know if you require assistance.
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Contact the facility that he is located and discuss your need. Depending on the location and terms of visitation, you may be able to bring along a notary to witness his signing, or you may need him to sign a power of attorney which will grant you the authority to sign a quit claim on his behalf. Those are two potential options.
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