Hello. I believe I can assist you.
The hearing on title pertains to the eviction action you filed?
I think you are going to find a straightforward eviction is no longer in the cards, so to speak, now that she is on title. Do you have any form of enforceable agreement with her where she agreed to pay rent? If so, you can bring a breach of contract/lease action against her for the money (though evicting her would remain a problem because she is now an owner and has a right to occupy the premises).
If you cannot resolve this dispute, owners of property can bring an action against the other owners to partition a property. The problem is that this almost always results in a forced sale of the property with each owner receiving a portion of the proceeds.
Alternatively, perhaps you can discuss some agreement to buy her out? If that is not an option, you can certainly always assert your own rights to occupy the property (or lease the property to other tenants if there are multiple bedrooms). Perhaps that would convince her to resolve the issue in a reasonable fashion.
Unfortunately, when she was added to the deed, that significantly changed her rights, and impacted your rights, regarding the property.