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What you are describing is called a "partition action"
If you hire an attorney they can file a "partition action" with your county court (the county where the property is located)
The judge will then have a realtor list and sell the property, distributing the proceeds from the sale among the owners.
Easy...or, relatively so. But you will need to hire a lawyer. The adage "a man who represents himself has a fool for a client" is often true. If you act as your own lawyer, the court will expect you to know the law/rules/procedure/evidence just as if you were admitted to the bar. They (the court) will not cut you any slack. If the goal is to win the case, hire a lawyer.
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