I hope this message finds you well, present circumstances excluded. I am a licensed attorney with over a dozen years of experience handling similar matters. It is a pleasure to assist you today.
There are two things you can do here:
(1) You can contact the sheriff in the county in which this property sits and have the sheriff send a deputy to the residence to allow you to remove your belongings. They will usually want to contact the resident to let them know when they are coming and what will happen. However, you should be able to get your stuff without issue with the sheriff's office present; and
(2) In order to get your share of the deed, you will likely have to file suit against her unfortunately. In filing suit, you are asking the court to remove you from the deed and order her to pay fair market value for your rights to you. In the alternative, the court can simply order a sale of the property wherein you guys split that which is made from the property. That said, you will likely have to sue her in the county in which the property sits. If you have had a divorce proceeding with this person, you can handle it via petition to the divorce court, which actually having to file suit.
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