I am sorry for your loss. I found this online:
Determine the type of required deed. You must file an executor's deed if your deceased parent filed a will appointing an executor of his estate. You will need to file an administrator's deed if your parent died without filing a will or appointing an executor.
Develop the deed. You can find a sample of both of these deeds online at the document-sharing website, DocStoc.com. There is no cost to access these deeds. It may also be possible to access a state-specific draft of a deed from your state legal code. Some states place the state code online in searchable format. The draft of the deed will include a section for listing the property description. Double-check this description to ensure accuracy. once completed the deed will have to be filed at teh county clerks office. There is a filing fee.
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you will need the death certificates, the existing deed and your parents original will for the transfer.
Good luck. If you are thinking of selling your parents home, I can do a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA), which will give you an idea of the value of the home.
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