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I'm sorry to hear that you are in this situation. You can do one of two things.
The first is try to provide all of the appropriate documentation regarding the divorce, etc. showing that you are solely responsible for the property and having them re-issue the refund only to you.
The second would be to go back to family court and file a motion requesting the judge enforce the marriage settlement agreement and require your ex to endorse the check to you.
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You can request your attorney's fees since he is making you go to court because he is refusing to endorse the check.
The changes are honestly 50/50. It is entirely up to the judge.