How do you remove an ex spouse from a deed? The question really should be rephrased as “how do you remove the interest of an ex spouse from the title to the property” and that the deed indicates how the property is titled. The way to do that is to have the ex spouse sign a deed, conveying their interests. If the court, if the judgment of disillusion of marriage is handled by a lawyer, the lawyer and the property settlement agreement is provides that the spouse is to convey their interests. The lawyer can insert into the final judgment rewording that the judgment shall serve as a conveyance of the ex spouse’s interest in the property and serve as a conveyance to the other spouse. If you have a situation where you did not have a lawyer and that language does not appear in the final judgment, and you have a property settlement agreement, which the court adopts, and that’s where one spouse has agreed to transfer the, their interest in the property to the other, the court usually reserved jurisdiction over the parties and their real estate to comply with the provisions of the property settlement and the final judgment.
And that instance, you can file a motion to and force the provisions of the final judgment that has incorporated the property settlement agreement. So if you have any questions about getting a deed from ex spouse, will give me a call at (727) 847-2288.