Your daughter's interest will depend on the divorce laws in the State of Rhode Island. You are a one-half owner of the property.
If your daughter has not already retained an attorney, I would recommend she do so. Before you change the title to the property you should inform her attorney of all pertinent facts.
I have changed the practice area to family law. This may assist you with getting more helpful suggestions.
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