How do I go about transferring my property to someone else?
The County Clerks Office records deeds that are sent to them. We do not draft deeds nor can property be transferred without one. If you wish to transfer your property it is recommended that you seek the assistance of an attorney or a title company. Blank forms can be found at most office supply stores and you can draft the document yourself if you wish. All names of the original owners must appear on the new deed as the seller (grantor) and their signatures must be notarized.

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1. Where can I find legal forms such as deeds, claim of liens, real estate contracts, etc.?
2. How do I go about transferring my property to someone else?
3. Where can I obtain a copy of my marriage license?
4. Where can I obtain a copy of my property?
5. Does the County Clerks Office have birth and death certificates?
6. Does the County Clerks Office record discharge papers?