Do you own property jointly with your spouse or partner in Washington State?
Set out in writing how ownership of that property will be transferred if one of you dies with this Washington Community Property Survivorship Agreement, under RCW 26.16.120.
The spouses agree that the Agreement will apply to any separate property they may own, which will be converted to community property upon the death of one of them, and ownership of such property will vest solely in the surv.....
If you move to another home after declaring your current property as your homestead, you must file this Declaration of Abandonment.
This form is for the State of Washington.
The Declaration of Abandonment notifies all parties with an interest in the property 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).
The file contains a copy of Section 6.13.040 of the.....
Transfer title to a real estate property in Washington 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 ownership of a real estate property in Washington with this easy-to-use WA 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 but not against title defects existing before that time.
This Washington Special Warranty Deed form is a downloadable legal document in MS Word format.