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After transferring my property into the trust, how long does it take for the deed to come back to me?

This is a common question that we get because this can be a nerve-wracking process. Once the deed is signed it is effectively transferring the property into the trust. The recording of it is a formality, so if something were to happen before the deed got recorded, it would be fine and everything would still be effective.

Ideally, we want the deed recorded but how long it takes depends on the county and how well staffed they are. In Southern California, San Bernardino, Los Angeles where we do most of or work, Orange County, Riverside, San Diego, Central Valley, and Northern California it usually takes two to three weeks. The original gets mailed to your home, a copy comes to our office and then we upload to the MyCase account, and you are good to go.

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