Each County Recorder will have the specifics for your county. Just google the county recorder of where the property is located, as that is where you will have to file it. There is a general format that is acceptable in any county but as far as leaving room for recorder stamp, since of paper and fees this is on the county website. There is also a Preliminary change of ownership form required. The website should give you all the details you need. And you may want to use and Inter-spousal Transfer Deed in the divorce situation. If either of you have an attorney that person should prepare it for you. But a QC deed is ok too. I or any real estate attorney here on AVVO can as well.
The foregoing is for informational purposes only and may not be relied on as attorney-client advice.
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