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How do you know that the title is in his name alone and he is not going to share the property with you?
And does the title show his name personally or his name as executor?
But it is not a transfer to him personally. It talks about the estate. He is holding title as the executor.
So as this point he has not done anything wrong but he is threatening to do so.
You will need your own lawyer at this point as he has said he will not treat you fairly.
You can freeze the title to the property but that means you first have to start a lawsuit.
A better approach as a first step is to retain a lawyer to threaten a lawsuit so he knows he is not going to get away with anything and then see how he reacts.
If the lawyer then says you better start a lawsuit you can do that and then get an order freezing title.