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Quiet Title Actions | Attorney for Quiet Title Suit

We can confirm or defend your ownership via a quiet title action.

A quiet title action is one of several possible legal tools we might use to cure a title issue or defend ownership rights. For example, a quiet title may be used to confirm title after a tax sale, resolve an ownership dispute, or remove a cloud on title, among other uses.

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“I reached out to Ryan at Jones Property Law to help me out with a Quiet Title action, after wasting my time with another attorney for 3 months. Ryan was very responsive, prompt, and started the action right away. He took the legal steps immediately, worked diligently along with his team, and helped me bring the action to a final decision within a few months. I highly recommend Jones Property Law for their services and professionalism.”

C.E.

Estimated Pricing

Quiet Title Action (uncontested)

  • Estimate: $1,500 to $3,000+
  • Used to cure title issues and confirm ownership
  • See our article: What is a Quiet Title Action?
  • Total cost depends on the amount and complexity of title issues

Probate or Estate Admin (uncontested)

  • Estimate: $3,000 – $6,000
  • Total cost depends on the size and complexity of the estate
  • An “uncontested” probate means one where all heirs and parties are cooperative and there are no disputed matters

Opinion Letter

  • Estimate: $500 – $1,000
  • Sometimes, a title objection can be solved with an attorney’s opinion letter that explains why the purported title objection is not actually a problem
  • This type of letter is sometimes used to finalize a closing without further title work

Initial Title Analysis and Recommendation

  • Estimate: $350
  • We discuss the title issue with you, conduct a cursory title review, and make an initial recommendation on the quickest way to solve the problem
  • Includes up to 1.5 hours of attorney time to review and discuss
  • Does not guarantee clean title (not a full title opinion)

Attorney’s Title Opinion

  • Estimate: $750 – $1,500
  • If you are unsure of who owns the property or need to confirm title prior to purchase, we can render a full title opinion on ownership
  • Includes up to 6.5 hours of attorney time to review the abstract and draft a title opinion

Hourly Title Advice

  • $225 / hour
  • 15-minute increments
  • By phone, email, or office
  • Hourly billing applies if a title issue becomes a contested lawsuit

Ancillary Probate

  • Estimate: $3,000 to $4,000
  • Used to transfer title to Oklahoma real estate or minerals when the former owner died out of state, and the probate was in another state
  • See our article: Oklahoma Ancillary Probate
  • Total cost depends on the amount and complexity of the Oklahoma property

Quitclaim Deed

  • Estimate: $350 – $500
  • Sometimes, a title issue can be solved with a simple quitclaim deed from the party who still holds an interest
  • Includes up to 2 hours of attorney time to prepare the deed, answer questions, and record the deed
  • Assumes the grantor is cooperative and can be easily located

Title Affidavits and Notices

  • Estimate: $500 – $1,000
  • In very limited situations, title to property can be cured, transferred, claimed, or tied up by the recording of an affidavit or a notice in the land records
  • Affidavits and notices should be used carefully with advice from an attorney

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