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We cannot give out phone numbers. As long as you are married you will have a hard time suing your spouse. As it stands you will probably own 1/2 of everything she buys. When you get a divorce your property settlement will take into consideration your separate property.
Your recourse is to divorce you spouse and take what is owed to you back in the proeprty setlement.
Please be aware that my answer is not legal advice, it is merely information and no attorney client relationship has been formed. You should always contact a local attorney for legal advice.
In order to get a lien you must first get a judgment against you wife. This is going to be difficult. In some respects it is like suing yourself. I review real estate agreements, and help clients with property issues.
Whether or not you name is XXXXX XXXXX property will not affect the distribution when you get divorced. In almost all places the default is that husband and wife equally own assets obtained during marriage. Unless you are currently legally separated you are wasting your time trying to put a lien on the property.
In oprdetr oget a lien you must first get a judgment. In other words a judge must order your wife to pay you some money. A judge must determine your wife has a debt to you.
After that you can take the judgment and request a lien againt assets.