You might be wondering what is the best way to take someone off title to your property. Using a quit claim deed for this purpose is a great an inexpensive way to do it. There are a number of reasons you might want to do this, a divorce, a scenario where there are 2 investors, and one is buying out the other, etc.
The tricky part is getting the other party being taken off title to agree to be removed, not filing the quitclaim deed. The person being taken off is losing their interest in your property, so will likely need to be compensated in some way for that. That part is up to you to figure out.
To file the quitclaim, simply hit a link on this site to get the form, fill out the parties and property legal description (on your existing deed or title policy), get it notarized, and record it yourself for a small fee at the county recorder, or pay a title company to file it electronically.