If you have designated your home as a homestead and you are moving out, you need to file this Nevada Abandonment of Homestead form.
The form states that you are abandoning the property as your homestead (in other words, your principal residence, the place in which you live all or most of the time) and therefore the property is no longer exempted under the State's homestead laws.
The form must be filed with the County Recorder's Office and will become a public record.<.....
Don't let a creditor force you out of your home. File this Nevada Declaration of Homestead form for single persons.
Under Nevada law, you can apply for homestead exemption to protect your home against seizure or forced sale by your creditors to a maximum of $550,000 worth of equity. The homestead exemption does not apply if your equity exceeds $550,000.
You cannot exempt payments due on mortgages or deeds of trust, outstanding taxes, IRS liens, liens by contractors or.....
Transfer ownership of a real estate property in Nevada from a seller to a buyer with this Grant Deed.
The seller (as grantor) warrants that it has good and marketable title to the property, has the right and power to transfer title, and that it will defend the buyer's title to the property. The form also contains a Community Property Agreement, to be completed if the title will be held by the buyer(s) as community property with rights of survivorship.
Transfer your interest in a real estate property in Nevada with this easy-to-use Quitclaim Deed.
Under the Quitclaim Deed, the transferor conveys all of its interest in the property to the transferee but does not provide any warranties regarding the property. This form of Deed is often used to remove one spouse's name from title following divorce proceedings.
This Nevada Quitclaim Deed form is provided in MS Word format and is easy to download, fill in.....
Transfer title to a real estate property in Nevada from two spouses to one person with this easy-to-use Quitclaim Deed from Husband and Wife to Individual.
Under the Quitclaim Deed, the transferors (grantors) convey all of their interest in the property to the transferee (grantee) but do not provide any warranties regarding the property. This form of Deed is often used following a divorce, to remove one spouse's name from title to the property.
Transfer your interest in a Nevada real estate property to another party with this Nevada Special Warranty Deed form.
Under a Special Warranty Deed, the seller (grantor) warrants or guarantees the title only against defects arising during his/her ownership of the property and not against defects existing before that time.
This Nevada Special Warranty Deed form is available as a downloadable MS Word document, and is easy to fill in with the details of your transact.....