married for 10 years divorced but still lived together and remarried 2 yrs ago.
If you are married to the owner of real estate as of the date of death, you will receive a life estate interest int he real estate, if title to the real estate was in his individual name alone. This is regardless of whether he has a will which dictates differently. The spouse's life estate interest cannot be defeated by will. The interest would be defeated if your spouse owns the house in a trust, or as another entity, such as a LLC or Corporation.
If your spouse wants you to receive full ownership of the house upon his death, he should add your name to the deed as either a joint tenant or as tenants by the entirety.See question
the women told me i have intil i sign but now she is telling me no
In all likelihood, yes. All matters dealing with real estate must be in writing. If you do not have a writing, or in your case, a lease, you are not bound to the deal. There are exceptions to this general rule, however. If the lease is for less than 1 year, it does not have to be in writing, but it can only be valid if you otherwise agreed to all of the necessary particulars.See question