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Yes. There are several diffent ways to accomplish this. It depends on what your end goal is. If you want the property in one name only then one party would quit claim their interests to the other. If you want the property to be held in joint names but not "by the entireties, that can be done by redoing the deed. Of course this may not be advisable because property held by the entireties has certain advantages vis-a-bis creditors. Also the lender (if any) may have issues with any change in title. But that does not mean it can not be done.
It is difficult to provide the various methods without knowing the goal. But property can almost always be retitiled. I'm glad you have contacted your attorney. They will be the best source of information for you. Discuss with your attorney your goals, this way they can discuss various options with you.
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