As a Seller, you would normally pay the cost for Title search, inspection, title insurance, a closing fee to the title company notarizing your documents and of course the State of Florida will take .007 x the sale price as a "Document Stamps on the Deed" fee.
If you are not selling and are merely transferring ownership to an other party (note: you most likely cannot be released from liability for the lien without the lienholder releasing you) then you wouldn't pay the above costs. I would think twice before transferring ownership of any property "before" your lien is completely satisfied. Otherwise you could become a tenant that can be immediately evicted by the new owner and also have 100% liability for a deficiency judgement if the new "owner" does not pay your mortgage off or make payements as agreed. Contact an attorney.
Also it's not advisable to transfer ownership into the name of a child if you are in ill health and want to avoid probate. Your "gift" of ownership to your child could trigger severe tax consequences.
Hopefully you're doing the smart thing and are simply transfering ownershing into the name of your Trust. That would be a very smart move (in most cases) but you should use an attorney to make sure you are in compliance with Florida State laws. You can prepare a simple trust at :
Hope this helps.