In Washington, DC, the person who oversees the administration of a decedent's estate is called a personal representative. Among a personal representative's duties is transferring the decedent's property to his or her rightful heirs.
Use a personal representative's deed of distribution to convey probate real property to legatee (person to receive property under the terms of a will) or heir (person to inherit property pursuant to laws of intestacy when the decedent dies without a will). The deed conveys title without warranty, but may be customized to fit the grantor's needs.
Consult a lawyer with questions about using a personal representative's deed or any other issue related to probate in Washington, DC.
District of Columbia Personal Representative's Deed of Distribution
Deeds.com District Of Columbia Personal Representative Deed of Distribution Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Tuesday February 12, 2019
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January 4th, 2019
Name: Lisa G.
Review: Rec'd downloads for quitclaim deed process in Florida. Recorded with the clerk of courts today and the form was done perfectly--she had no changes to make. Well worth the money--thanks
Reply from Staff on January 4th, 2019
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February 1st, 2019
Name: Carl S.
Review: Complete and easy to order. Helpful other documents were included.
Reply from Staff on February 1st, 2019
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February 2nd, 2019
Name: Debbie G.
Review: Easy to use, I would recommend deeds.com. I would recommend visiting your county recorder before having document notarized. They will review document and make sure everything you need is on the deed, before having notarized.
Reply from Staff on February 2nd, 2019
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