Often you can have deed prepared as "Mary Jones f/k/a Mary Smith". The f/k/a stands for "formerly known as" and would be whatever name the deed reflects.
The most important thing in a deed is to make sure that the grantor's name (the person giving the deed) is exactly the same as on the existing deed. Otherwise, the Auditor's Office will likely reject the transfer. If your name has been legally changed since the property was last deeded, then you should identify yourself by your name as listed in the existing deed followed by "now known as" and then your current legal name (such as "Mary T. Jones now known as Mary T. Smith").
This answer is for general information purposes only and is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. Additional facts are necessary to assure that the answer is entirely accurate. An attorney in your local area should be consulted for a formal legal opinion.
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