A quit claim deed, often used in divorces, is a non-warranty deed for real
property. It gives whatever ownership rights in the property that a party has to
whomever the quitclaim deed is issued to to that party. They need not have any
ownership rights to issue the quitclaim deed. You could issue a quitclaim deed
for the Whitehouse. You have no ownership rights to the Whitehouse so you would
be giving nothing, which is all that you have.
In Georgia, and many other states, an attempt at mediation between the
parities is required before the case can be litigated in front of a judge. The
parties do not have to reach an agreement, but they must try.