Deed and Record Celebrates Five Years of Service to Owners of Timeshares, Intervals and Vacation Plans located in Hawaii

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Major life events of marriage, divorce, and growing old require change in ownership to allow or prohibit access to timeshares, interval interests and vacation plans in Hawaii. Deed and Record celebrates five years of service to change ownership and access.

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Deed and Record celebrates five years of service to change ownership and access for timeshares, interval interests and vacation plans located in Hawaii.

Deed and Record celebrates five years of service to change ownership and access for Hawaiian timeshares. Major life events of marriage, divorce, and growing old require change in ownership to timeshares, interval interests and vacation plans in Hawaii. Ownership change is by deed.

A deed is a document signed by the owner granting or conveying his or her ownership interest in real property to another. Deeds to change Hawaiian resort ownership have many names such as; “Vacation Plan Conveyance Documents,” “Vacation Ownership Deeds,” “Interval Deeds,” “Interval Conveyance Deeds,” “Interval Ownership Deeds,” “Interval Warranty Assignments” and "Timeshare Deeds." All of these documents are collectively referred to as deeds. Deeds are recorded with the Bureau of Conveyances (the “Bureau”).

An example of a needed ownership change is when a timeshare is awarded to the wife in a divorce decree or marital settlement agreement. To change ownership the husband signs a deed granting his ownership to the wife. The wife records the deed with the Bureau. The wife provides a copy of the recorded deed to the resort company to update their records. The husband is no longer a co-owner and is denied access to the timeshare.

Another example of a need to change ownership is when a newlywed husband wants his new wife to have access and in the event of death, inherit the timeshare. Husband signs a deed adding wife as a co-owner and records the deed with the Bureau. The recorded deed is sent to the resort company to update their records.

As people age their ability to travel to Hawaii for vacation is limited. Parents add their children as owners so the children can use the timeshare. Adding a child as a joint tenant avoids probate on the death of the parents.

Other timeshare owners can no longer travel to Hawaii and have no use for the timeshare. To avoid annual maintenance fees the owners gift the timeshare to friends or relatives who want use of the timeshare. Gift of a timeshare is by deed signed by the current owners transferring their ownership interest to a new owner.

Deed and Record prepares deeds for marriage, divorce, joint ownership and gifting. Deeds include legal description, demarcation and interval control number. Deeds are recorded electronically and returned to the customer by email. Customer provides a copy of the recorded deed to the Vacation Resort Club to update their records.

For five years Deed and Record has prepared and recorded deeds for title and ownership change that remove a spouse due to divorce, add a spouse due to marriage, add co-owners and for gifting. Service now includes next day electronic filing.

This press release is provided by Mark W. Bidwell. Mr. Bidwell markets timeshare and vacation title transfer services through websites, primarily http://www.DeedAndRecord.com. Deed and Record provides change in timeshare ownership in California, Hawaii, Florida and Nevada. Office is at 4952 Warner Avenue, Suite 235, Huntington Beach, California 92649. Phone is 714-846-2888.

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