Well, she has not abandoned the home and if it was bought during the marriage then either you will have to re fi and buy her out or she will have to re fi and buy you out - if there is any equity in the home to be had. It will be the equity that is considered here as to who will get any money.
Now, the other thing is if there is no equity then the court can order it sold and you both walk away and start fresh toward the future.
As to the car, I suggest you can tell the court she violated the Order and sold it. However, again, unless the car was worth more than what you paid for it, you are just going to have to resign yourself to cut your losses, unless you have other marital assets such as a joint bank account and the court can order you more than she gets because she has the car. And look at it this way she is paying for it - that will not be a marital debt any longer.
So I suggest you focus on what you want to do with the house. If you want it, then I suggest you start talking to your lender and see if you can qualify to get the home in your name only with a re fi so that when you go to court you can have that information to present to the court
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