This is a good site to visit for selecting a CPA:
And, you can use the following link to find a licensed CPA near you:
Suzanne is absolutely right - you need to identify a CPA/Tax Specialist to navigate your best financial path. Your situation is not simple, nor completely clear as to who owns the home now or what the status of the property is (primary residence or investment property). There are many "twists & turns" concerning Tax Code Section 121. As a Q&A sample see: http://www.brittoncpa.com/house.htm
Be aware that new Capital Gains Exclusion rules became effective January 1, 2009. The new rules only apply to homeowners moving into property formerly designated as a second home or investment property.
If you desire, IRS Publication 523 (2008), "Selling Your Home" covers the Cap Gains Exclusion in more detail (has not been updated for 2009 yet:
I would recommend that you speak with a tax specialist. I have one that we personally use along with many of my clients. Please email me offline if you would like his name.
Suzanne Looker, firstname.lastname@example.org