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If the house is your marital residence, then he should not be able to kick you out short of a court order that requires the same. You can't be evicted from your home (even if you're not on the deed, it's your marital residence). So, this should not be possible -- short of a court order requiring you to vacate as part of the divorce settlement.
As for whether you're entitled to an equitable interest in the house in terms of property division, that depends on whether or not the court believes your husband has commingled the property to make it marital property. Usually, inherited property is separate property and not divisible in the event of a divorce. But, if the spouse commingles the inherited property, it can become marital property.
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