Have your uncle hire an attorney asap. Not only should the fraud charges be dealt with (you don’t want a default judgment against hi), but he will need a court order if he wants to remove her from the deed. Good Luck
The recitation of facts is a bit confusing.
If I understand your situation, your uncle filed a quit claim deed to remove a co-owner's name from a property without the co-owner's knowledge or consent. That is clearly not permitted.
You uncle can "undo" the change by filing another deed granting his ex-girlfriend her original interest in the property.
He should consult a local attorney ASAP.
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