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If son is the trustee, then a trust owns the property, not him personally. So if he is living there, he would legally be a tenant.
If you want him to become an owner, you would need to add him to the actual deed along with you are an owner.
You would have a new deed prepared from you as grantor over to you and him as the grantees. Then you sign, date and have notarized and that completes the transfer. Then you record the deed to make it a public record. Any local title or closing company can help with getting a new deed drawn up, executed and recorded for you.