If you get a high quality quit claim deed form, put the correct legal description on it, notarize it correctly, record it correctly, and generally follow the correct process, your deed should effectively transfer part or all of the title to property, as you desire.
However, there are circumstances where a quitclaim deed may be contested, and invalidated. If the quitclaim deed is proven to be filed under false pretenses, such as with a forged signature, the signature of an unauthorized person is used, or the quit claim deed was signed over under duress, where the quitclaim deed might be invalidated.
If the transaction is above-board, signed by the owner of record, filled out correctly, recorded correctly, notarized, etc, you should have no problem. There are links to some high quality forms on this web site, and the process described is very simple.