However, you can usually accomplish the same effect of such a deed with one of the other deed forms by simply placing the name of the executor or personal representative as the grantor.
An Executor's/Personal Representative's Deed is a deed that allows the executor or personal representative of a decedent's estate to transfer real estate from the estate of a deceased person to the heirs or beneficiaries of the estate or to someone buying the real estate owned by the estate.
Note that the title of the person appointed by the court to handle a decedent's estate is known as an executor (executrix if female) in some states and as a personal representative in other states.
The person transferring the real estate must already have been appointed by the court as the executor or personal representative of the decedent's estate in order to transfer the real estate.
The court will generally issue Letters of Administration or Letters Testamentary (depending on whether the decedent left a will) to show that the executor or personal representative has legal authority to transfer title to the real estate.