I hope this message finds you well, present circumstances excluded. First, let me express my sincere condolences on the loss of your husband.
As to your question at hand, you simply need to request through the mortgage company that technically holds the title until such time as the mortgage is paid in full, amend the title and file in the appropriate county the amended title. If nothing else, you will need their consent to amend the title.
The court in which the title is filed should also have a form that allows individuals such as yourself to complete the form and file to have the title officially amended. Since your husband is deceased, even if you were not listed on the mortgage, the home would technically become yours. As such, it is a good practice to also have available a copy of your husband's death certificate so that the court can recognize you as the sole owner of the property. If there was a will that was probated or an estate that was probated and legal documents generated therefrom showing his possessions
being left to you, you may want to bring those documents with you as well.
In essence, you need to:
(1) Contact the mortgage company and either request they assist you in amending the title or issue a letter of no objection as to title change;
(2) Get the death certificate and any other paperwork surrounding the estate (if there is any) and
(3) fill out the form at the court in which the title is on file to amend the title. The court clerk can often help with this process.
Let me know if you have any additional questions or comments.
Best wishes going forward!