can a person change there mind after signing a quitclaim deed?
If the Quit claim deed has been filed and recoded with the county clerk, then answer is no, without the approval of all who are on the deed
by goz1111 - 6 hours ago
You post is unclear as who quit claimed what. But no, you cannot undo a 20-year old quit claim deed that has been duly recorded.
by kj566 - 6 hours ago
Record a grant deed putting the proper people back in title and quitclaim the others off title.
by organizeyourbiz - 6 hours ago
I know this one. A quit claim deed is a document which prevents the person to claim the property. It is a legal document. However, if she wants to contest and say when she signed the document, she was not capable mentally, she can appeal in court. That would take a lot of money. Chances are, she is not going to do that. One thing which is more important that anything else is the family relationship. If it is salvageable, I suggest that everyone comes to term to accept whatever mom wanted her kids to have.
by tim-tim - 6 hours ago
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