Paying the taxes has little to do with title. His rights to the truck are the same as yours. I wouldn't pay the taxes on the truck if he is still driving it....
At some point you could be liable for all the taxes. You may want to consider giving him sole ownership of the truck so that taxes don't accrue in your name. The good news is that he can't sell it without your signature.
If you have no money, there is very little that you can do. This is America; we don't have a debtors' prison, so there is no risk of incarceration. If you get back on your feet in the next few years, then you can, and probably will have to, address this debt.
You can send the landlord a letter and advise them that you are leaving for these reasons. They may or may not sue you for back rent, and they may or may not put the default on your credit report. If they sue you for back rent, you are going to have a heck of a time proving your case without a lawyer which will cost $2000 or more. If they put it on your credit, it will stay for a long time.
The best thing to do is get the police report and, nicely, ask to be let out of the lease. Most...
The answer really depends on how the property got there to start with and who it belongs to. If it was never supposed to be there in the first place, then you can move it without any letter. If you allowed it to be there, the letter you are speaking of is appropriate. If you agreed to store it, then there are other considerations.
A letter demanding removal is pretty simple.
One thing to keep in mind is that the only liability you may have is for the value of the stuff. If it is...
If your name is on the deed, then you have an ownership interest in the land. If you are divorced, and your name is not on the deed, that is a very hard question, but my off-the-cuff answer is that your husband owns that piece by himself. If the land is valuable, get a lawyer to help. If it is not then don't worry too much about it -- he has to pay the taxes.
That is a tough one. You could file a lawsuit for the back taxes. You also could refuse to continue to pay them unless they provide you with a lien on the house for the back taxes. Both of these courses require the assistance of a lawyer.
No need to "get yours off and his on"......Just transfer the business to him with a Bill of Sale. You file taxes on income until the date of transfer, and he picks up the taxes from there. I think that is is.