Complete this affidavit and submit it, along with a certified copy of the decedent's death certificate (required) and last will and testament (if available), to the county office responsible for maintaining land records. Once recorded, it serves as public notice of the change in property ownership.
Deeds.com Illinois Deceased Joint Tenant Affidavit Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Monday February 18, 2019
What others like you are saying:
January 14th, 2019
Name: Ron D.
Review: No choice since the county does not seem to provide info you supplied.
Reply from Staff on January 14th, 2019
Thank Ron, have a great day!
February 18th, 2019
Name: Rachel F.
Review: Easy and can add our own additional language in spaces provided. Thank you!
Reply from Staff on February 18th, 2019
Thank you Rachel!
January 7th, 2019
Name: Teri B.
Review: Glad to have all of the helpful extra information, even though they don't answer all questions for all situations. So, I accessed public records and asked questions at the auditor's office. Also, on my Mac computer, filling out the actual deed form is a challenge because the screen jumps to the last page everytime I try to type a few letters or hit the return key, so I'm rollling back up to the first 2 pages after most keystrokes. A bit annoying. Overall, happy to have these form options are available! There is really no need to wait and pay for an attorney when all the information needed is available via public records. Fill in the blanks!
Reply from Staff on January 7th, 2019
Thanks so much for the feedback Teri. There are known issues between Adobe and Mac, we try to work around them as much as possible. Have a wonderful day!
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