The person who is being removed has to be a willing and cooperative Party to the process. If it's a divorce, see a divorce atty. If it's a death/estate, a probabte atty can probably handle it. If it was my property, I'd consult with a real estate attorney who specializes in deeds, transfer of title, etc. and is knowledgeable about the laws in Texas with regard to property ownership (especially 'co-ownership'). Don't forget that the signed & notarized deed needs to be recorded in the property records too. Call a title company and they'll give you several names of attorneys who prepare deeds to transfer title to property. He/she will guide you through the process to insure that it is conducted properly.