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Minnesota Quit Claim Deed Divorce

Minnesota Quitclaim Deed Reserving a Lien in Marriage Dissolution

Use this form to transfer title to real property as needed following a decree of dissolution in divorce proceedings.

This form transfers title to the appropriate party and reserves a martial lien, which attaches to the title. Marital liens are used to divide spousal property by preserving a spouse's portion of the homestead's equity or to secure obligations of a spouse.

Use of a quitclaim deed to transfer title pursuant to a judgment and decree of dissolution may follow use of the summary real estate disposition, a statutory form under Minn. Stat. 518.191.

Record the completed deed in the office of the county recorder (or registrar of titles, if registered land) where the subject property is located.

Consult a lawyer with questions.

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Minnesota Quit Claim Deed Divorce Form