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Someone in your situation essentially has two options.
1) Quitclaim your interest to her. This would take you off the deed, and then the home is more protected in case of a judgment against you.
2) Place the home into an irrevocable trust. Doing so would normally make it almost impossible for a judgment creditor to attach as part of a judgment against you.
However note that both options do have their own nuances and complications. Also I am assuming that the home is held free and clear; a mortgage may disallow the step, accelerate the note, or require the lender's approval prior to either option - depending on the mortgage contract.
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