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I am sorry to hear that she convinced you into putting her name on the deed, this is what is going to hurt you in this case. Once you put her name on the deed, it is considered to be joint property and you gifted her the share of the house even though it would have been your separate property if you never put her name on it even though you were married. There is only one possibility here and that is to prove the marriage was a fraud and that she defrauded you into marriage and out of the property and you are going to need to provide evidence specifically of the fraud itself.
I am afraid that if you cannot get out of the house this is a problem too because it sounds like you have a bad problem here and you are going to have to at least contact a local attorney by email on one of the same sites used by other attorneys to get representation and try to get an order of protection against her for fear for your safety and those sites are http://www.martindale.com or http://www.lexmundi.com or http://www.hg.org
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