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Two ways: either by deed or by Divorce Decree.

You can file a certified copy of your Divorce Decree in the deed records of the County as long as it contains the FULL LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY. The title company will pick it up when you go to sell the house.

Never, ever do a Quit Claim Deed.

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Rita M. Boyd, Attorney
Law Office of Rita M. Boyd, P.C.
5057 Keller Springs Road
Suite 300
Addison TX 75001
Phone: 972-380-8000
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What Rita's Clients Say

I have used Rita Boyd for two different cases and I have been pleased with the outcome in both. She has saved me more money than I can tell you. She has protected my rights when the Office of the Attorney General in the first case sought to trample upon them and railroad me.

  -- Billy E., Glenn Heights, Texas

My wife committed fraud and actually got Orders entered against me.  I don't know what my wife told the Judge. Nobody would even let me see the Orders she got against me, much less let me have a copy.  They were not available online, either mysteriously. Yet, the Orders affected my rights as to my property and my children. Inconceivable! Rita Boyd protected my rights when nobody else could or would.

  -- Billy E., Glenn Heights, Texas