My father wants to put his property into his two childrens name. His wife is deceased and the property is worth under $40,000.
This forum is for general legal questions, and cannot be used as a bidding process in which lawyers quote their fees publicly. If what your father intends to do is deed interests in his property over to his children, he ought to consult with an estate planning lawyer, who can provide legal guidance in the context of your father's broader estate planning goals. Generally, a straightforward deed transfer will not be that expensive, although the precise fee will depend on the complexity of the transaction, and the reputation, expertise and experience of the lawyer you retain. Using Avvo's "Find a Lawyer" feature, you can find many well-qualified estate planning and real estate lawyers in Greensboro, some of whom might have fee schedules on their individual Avvo profile pages; if not, you can call a couple and ask. Have a good weekend.
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