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What's the difference between a deed and a title?

A deed is an instrument used to convey an interest in real property.

A title is the ownership of property. For real estate, title is evidenced by a deed, judgment of distribution from an estate or other appropriate document recorded in the public records of the county.

We help people transfer, change, correct, or update their property TITLE by drafting and recording DEEDS!

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