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First, expiration of your visa is not the issue. The vis is only important when you are entering the US from abroad. Once in the US, the governing document is your I-94.
In order to extend your stay in the US, you need to get a new I-94. So in this case, you need to file for an extension of your E2 status.
As long as you are married and your spouse is on valid E2 status, you are eligible for the E2 dependent status. So if you and your spouse remain married and s/he is willing to provide documentation required for you to apply for an extension, you can extend your status and EAD card.
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