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Thanks for using JUST ANSWER. I'm afraid that you can't just "get a letter from a judge" to stop sale of property. You say that it is your son's home. Is his wife not on the deed with him? Is your son not competent to make a decision about selling the home, or to participate in the actual sale? If the home is sold, will he have no place to live? Please provide more details about the situation and we will try to assist you with information.
Unfortunately, the fact that the home is in her name put your son at a very great disadvantage. If he were to institute a divorce suit in Florida though, he might be able to hold off any sale of the property by the wife, since the home would be considered marital property. It would be subject to a determination of rights by the divorce court. If you cannot do that, then he should consider having a personal guardian appointed over himself, where the Guardian could take action to prevent his being evicted from the home. In essence, this would be like the "letter from the judge" which you mentioned initially. I wish you and your son the best of luck getting this matter resolved amicably.
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