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People who live in another state have no idea what the law in Texas says! Don't listen to anything about any quit claim deed. Besides, a deceased person can't do anything.
If you wish to sell the property, contact me and I will guide you through the process. It is complicated. I have 32 years of experience in this business and I know a GOOD real estate attorney who can assist you with the legal matters. Once those issues are cleared up, then you can proceed to get real estate advice and sell the house.
Be sure you probate the will. I have handled a very complicated case where the person thought they would just save the cost of an attorney, and now it is a real mess. You need to pay to do it the right way.
The nature of your question shows you need to get some good advice and be sure to do it the right way. This will save you a lot of money and heartache in the future.
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This will need to be resolved with a family attorney.
Her name will come off the mortgage when you pay it off.
What you are concerned about is the deed.
you will need to probate her will or if there was no will, have a family attorney handle her estate for you.
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It's about the paper trail. Each state is different but one quick call to a local title company will answer your question. Most likely all you need is a copy of the death certificate.