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I certainly understand your situation. A parent or anyone with legal ownership in a home, can transfer it to another party with a quit claim deed. This is the quickest process and she would be giving up all her legal rights in the home and giving them to you. If she does this, she may also want to update her will, so there is no dispute down the road as to what her intent was. Here is a link that provides the different counties in Maryland and their requirements as well as necessary forms, if you wanted to do this yourself. http://www.quitclaimdeed.com/maryland/ Of course, it is always best to use an attorney, to make sure there are no problems with anything and that it is properly conveyed.
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