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1) If the current deed is on his name only, then this is his sole property, regardless if you are paying on the note or if your name is XXXXX XXXXX loan documents. Further as the property was acquired before the marriage, the property is considered separate property.
2) However you are not without recourse. Since you have been contributing to his sole property, your contributions during the marriage can result in making his separate property into a marital asset, which typically means that you are entitled to a reimbursement of your contributions as investments to his separate property.
3) Your spouse cannot force you out of the family home. Although you are not on the deed, the fact that you have made your residence there give you the right to remain on the property. If he were to want you out, he would need to make the request for a court order in his divorce
petition. Absent any orders to move you out, you are under no obligation to move out. It is very common that spouses who have file for divorce continue to live in the same household until the marriage is dissolved. If he were to attempt to force you out, you can contact the police for assistance.
4) Yes, I would recommend that you collect a paper trail of all your contributions towards this house. They will definitely benefit you when you seek a claim for reimbursement in your divorce.
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