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About 2-3 years ago my mother went to an attorney to add me to the deed on her house. She passed away in April 2018. My sister (only sibling) and I have been working on the house and have it on the market. We plan to split the profit on the house 50-50. I was just going to give her the money after everything had been paid off, but now I’m wondering if I should have added her to the deed. We just recently got a contract on the house. So it may be too late for that, but I don’t know. I also don’t know what kind of taxes or fees I will need to pay. Can you tell me what my options are at this point and what is the best course of action? Also, what kind of taxes or fees will I be responsible for?