Our expert says:
Get a good legal opinion --- if the house is in both your names, he is surely not allowed to prevent you from having access to it, nor to use it for any purpose without your approval. While your anger is understandable, there are many good reasons not to burn the house --- not only could it put you in serious trouble, and damage you more than him, but it would be destroying property that apparently is partly yours, compounding your losses. You would need a good legal opinion to answer the specific question you ask, but as far as I know, malicious damage to property and arson are serious offenses, and if anyon else was harmed in the process, you could face still more serious charges and longer prison time. ANd there are surely legal remedies for your problem. Do not try to harm him or the house directly -- get a lawyer to help you deal with this legally and effectively, and preserve your rights As Anonymous points out, if he has insured the house he might be able to afford a better one afterwards, and with you in jail, could have any affair he pleases with anyone he pleases. A bad idea, even if emotionally attractive --- illegal, immoral, and ineffective.
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