When all you need is just a deed


We’re here to help facilitate the process of transferring your timeshare or property. Our ala carte pricing allows you to pay for only the services you need. 


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How it Works


We’d be happy to help you navigate the process of transferring your title.
We even make it easy for you to get started.


Place Order

Answer simple questions about your property needs using our online form – the average time it takes to complete is about 5 – 7 minutes.


Paperwork Filing

Based on the information provided, we determine the type of service needed and begin the documentation filing process.


Deed Notification

We will process your deed in compliance with all specific requirements and notify you once it has been returned.
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State-Specific Deeds

Avoid errors that occur as a result of incorrect language

We use our state-wide network of licensed attorneys to prepare and transfer each deed. This ensures that your deed is properly prepared in compliance with the requirements and laws of the state where your property or timeshare is located.

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Deeds We Prepare


Fill out our online intake form and we’ll review your provided information to determine which deed is appropriate for your situation.  

Customized Deed Solutions.

Only pay once you’re ready to submit your form

Deed preparation rates starting at $200. Any additional fees are determined upon deed completion.

Read our FAQs


What is Deeded Timeshare?

Deeded timeshare is a form of timeshare ownership in which the individual legally owns a percentage of their timeshare unit. Most deeded timeshare is transferable, meaning it can be gifted, passed onto children or family, rented or sold at the owner’s discretion.


When is a Timeshare Deed Transfer Needed?

Common actions that require a timeshare deed transfer include:

  • –   Adding or removing a spouse’s name on a deed
  • –   Selling timeshare to a third party
  • –   Transferring timeshare into a living trust
  • –   Removing the name of a deceased owner
  • –   Transferring the timeshare to a family member or child

How Can We Help?

Transferring timeshare deeds if often a complicated and involved process. Our attorney’s at JustDeeds.com will ensure all title transfers are clear and correct, and that you are protected against illegal charges or unnecessary fees. If you have questions give us a call at 800-973-3316 or contact us here.


What is a Real Estate Deed?

Real estate deeds are an essential part of any residential or commercial transaction involving real estate. These legal documents help preserve the chain of title and serve as an official “proof of transfer” that demonstrates the transfer of ownership of an asset (i.e., property) from one person to another.

When is a Real Estate Deed Needed?

Real estate deeds are used when individuals, corporations, LLCs, or other entities seek to claim ownership or transfer ownership of real property. These deeds are important to the transaction process, as they affect ownership interest and rights. The most common types of real estate deeds are Warranty Deeds and Quitclaim Deeds.

Which Deed is Right for Me?

Leave that part to us. Once you fill out our online order form, our attorneys will review your information and determine the appropriate deed for your situation. If you have questions, give us a call at 1 (800) 973-3316, or contact us here.


What is a Warranty Deed?

A warranty deed (sometimes called a general warranty deed) is the most common deed used to transfer real estate, especially for transactions between unrelated parties. These deeds protect the buyer (grantee) with ‘warranties’ that guarantee the condition of the title, stating:

  • – The seller (grantor) has legal title to the property 
  • – There are no outstanding liens or other encumbrances pending against the property 
  • – The title is free from any defects, even before the seller’s ownership of the property 
  • – All prior owners had legal title to the property (which guarantees a complete “chain of title”)

When is a Warranty Deed Used?

Warranty deeds are most commonly used in sales contexts that involve the purchase of title insurance. Because warranty deeds allocate risks to the grantor (seller), title insurance is typically purchased when issuing these deeds. The title insurance acts to shoulder the risks, thus protecting the buyer and lessening risk on the seller. Warranty deeds are very rarely used in situations that don’t involve a sales transaction.

Which Deed is Right for Me?

Leave that part to us. Once you fill out our online order form, our attorneys will review your information and determine the appropriate deed for your situation. If you have questions, give us a call at 1 (800) 973-3316, or contact us here.

QUITCLAIM DEED - (Florida Only)

What is a Quitclaim Deed?

Quitclaim deeds are commonly used between parties that share a high level of trust, such as family members. A quitclaim deed provides a quick and straightforward way to divide or transfer real estate property interest. Quitclaim deeds transfer property interest “as is” and do NOT offer any title warranties.

When is a Quitclaim Deed Used?

These deeds are most common in situations where there is no question about the title. Therefore, quitclaim deeds are appropriate for transfers that do not require a title search or the purchase of title insurance. 

Quitclaim Deeds are appropriate for:

  • –   Changing or editing names on an existing deed
  • –   Gifting property to another person or family member
  • –   Giving up interest on a property to a spouse or ex-spouse 
  • –   Transferring property to a business subsidiary or other entity 
  • –   Transferring property to a trust
  • –   Resolving a “cloud” on a title

Limitations of Quitclaim Deeds:

Quitclaim deeds provide the buyer with the least amount of protection. Unlike a warranty deed, a quitclaim deed does not guarantee the property is free of liens or other encumbrances. Quitclaim deeds do not affect mortgages, meaning the grantor (seller) remains legally responsible for the mortgage, even after transferring ownership through a quitclaim deed.