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I believe you have rights in the condo, and that you should not have to surrender your equity for your ex's tax debt.
There are a number of factors that you should review with a tax pro you can work with in your area. I can and will assist with information.
For example, were the tax debts from time before you were married, or after? And how did you file all of those years?
Your interest in the out of state property should be available to you and protected from IRS pursuit. You may need a tax attorney to pursue your refund.
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