Our expert says:
Family law expert
As it stands, you have a 50% undivided share in the property. You can sue him for specific performance, i.e force him by way of a summons to take transfer of your share in the property. If he fails to do so you might be able to attach his share in the property and then by way of a writ of execution sell the property. It is a problematic issue, you can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Answered by Bertus Preller
Family Law Attorney
KWJ Inc. Attorneys
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