says only a few states allow this:
"Only a few states offer this option; currently Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. Check your state’s statute for rules. Many of the statutes provide deed forms."
I am actually working on this now for my state of Kansas, but the county was not super helpful. I am more of a DIY guy, but they said I needed to work with a lawyer to draft the form and then get it notarized. Then it would be $8 to file. I asked why do I need a lawyer if it is a standard form. They said they couldn't comment. I am still researching this on the state law website, but it looks like everyone online is recommending the use of a lawyer to make sure it is drafted properly.