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Advice-taking the house out of the trust and putting it my name

Hello Forum,

 

I would like some advice. My mother passed away and I was her only child and sole benificiery.
I am wondering if I should keep the house in the trust or put in my name (I am currently not a home owner).

 

Does any one know what the process is to put my name on the title?

 

Next week I have will be consulting with a estate lawyer and will have more information to share.
Just wondering what you guys think because so far being my mom's successor trustee and executor

it is has been very difficult dealing with the different companies regarding my mom's financial affairs (closing accounts, getting death benifits, refunds from different sources). It seems everyone has different rules when dealing with a trust estate. I just want to keep it simple.


Thanks in advance for any advice.

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