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You are required to hand over any items that were granted to him by the divorce decree. Beyond that, you have no legal obligation to let him set foot on the premises or enter your house. If the divorce decree doesn't mention certain items, his option is to file a Motion to Modify Judgment, explaining that certain items were left out, and that he would like to be granted those items. However, if there is a sentence anywhere in the paperwork that says something like "The parties have already divided their personal possessions," then that can be interpreted to mean that, by leaving the tools with you, he agreed they would be his tools.
If the divorce decree granted you sole use and possession of the house, that also means that you're allowed to change the locks, and he is trespassing if he arrives on the premises without permission and refuses to leave.
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