Thanks for your enquiry.
In theory, you could deal with the paperwork, but unless you are familiar with the Land Registry procedures and Forms, you may find it a little tricky!!
Firstly the Trustees would need to complete and sign a Land Registry DS1 Form (which is the Form confirming that the Charge has been paid off).
Secondly, a Land Registry transfer document will need to be prepared, transferring the Property. This has to be done on a TR1 Form. This Form will have to show that you and your daughter owns the property as Tenants in Common. This Form, once signed and witnessed, needs to sent tot he Land Registry with the DS1 and the application Form called an AP1, together with the appropriate fee which will be based on the current market value of the property.
To combat fraud, any applications to the Land Registry made by the general public need to also include an ID1 Form (which is a Form completed by a Solicitor, confirming that they have verified the applicants identity).
So, as you can see, it is slightly complicated. I would perhaps suggest that you instruct another local Solicitor to deal with the paperwork and application.
I hope this assists and sets out the legal position.