Just because someone left you something in a will, doesn't make it so. You need a copy of the current deed on record at the county court of deeds. You do not need a lawyer accomplish this. The name on the current deed is the true owner. You also have to make sure that the property is free of all Liens and find out if there is an existing mortgage on the property as well. Lastly, of the property is not in a trust, then it will go into probate for a certain amount of time where someone can contest ownership or attach liens at that time. Obtain a copy of the deed. If the name of the person who willed the property to you is not on it, consult legal counsel to help rectify the issue. Good luck.
Legally, you are the official owner of the house as it was mentioned in the will. Therefore, get yourself a professional lawyer to help you in fighting for what is legally yours. You will be required to show all evidence including the will.