What legal forms do I need to complete to be listed on my mom’s mortgage deed as tenants in common, so I may assume the loan upon her death?

I share a house with my 81 year old mother; the home is in her name only. I am listed as beneficiary in the Will but would like to be listed as tenants in common, so that I may assume the mortgage loan. What do we need to do to get my name on the deed as tenants in common to avoid having to sell the house upon her death?

Asked on February 26, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Texas

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