Without his signature, you can't. And even with his signature, you could not take him off the mortgage. The bank would have to agree to it, and they probably would not, because that means only 1 person would be responsible instead of two.
What you need is to start a divorce action. In the divorce, you could get the court to order him off the deed.
I am sorry you don't like my answer, but it is the correct answer. You cannot take your husband's name off the deed unless he signs an agreement to do so, or unless you get a divorce.
There is only one other way to get his name off the deed, and that is if you allow the bank to foreclose on the mortgage. Then the mortgage gets paid off and the bank gets title to the house. But this hurts your credit, and you have to move.
What else can I say? What you want to do, cannot be done, except in the ways I described. You can ask ten other lawyers and you'll get the same answer.
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