Adding someone to a deed generally takes an attorney about an hour of their time, plus third-party fees such as recording, taxes, or estoppel fees. However, the exact cost will depend on the specific circumstances of your case. It is always best to consult an attorney to determine the exact cost of adding someone to a deed.
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