To transfer an interest in real property, the parties need to retain an attorney to prepare the appropriate documents, typically a 'Deed'. There are several types of deeds. For example, a warranty deed imposes upon the seller certain conditions warranted for the property. A quit-claim deed just transfers interest in the property but does not contain any warranties. It is important that you have someone who knows which deed is appropriate for you. Brinkley Walser real estate lawyers handle deed preparations on a routine basis and have the experience to advise you on what is right for your circumstances.