Assets are transferred from one person or entity to another in different ways, depending upon the nature of the property. This distinction holds true when those assets are transferred between an individual and a newly formed Limited Liability Company or Corporation as well.

Real estate property is transferred by deed. (See Standard Legal’s Quitclaim Deeds legal forms software for these documents.)
Personal property is generally transferred by Bill of Sale.

Vehicles are transferred by title.

Stocks, bank accounts and other similar items are usually transferred via written notice to the issuing entity or institution.

To form a new LLC or corporation, see Standard Legal’s Limited Liability Company legal forms software page or Standard Legal’s Incorporation legal forms software page.