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Generally, all you have to do is draft, sign, notarize, and record a new deed. But there are nuances and important details within each of those steps.
Assuming that probate is not necessary, this can be accomplished with an affidavit or petition (if it is Land Court property) and a new deed.
Tenancy describes what type of possession you and any co-owners have of the subject property. Some tenancies are only available to certain people.
Joint tenancy, tenants by the entirety, or a transfer on death deed will convey property without the need for probate.
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