Contact the people at the link below and ask them to investigate elder abuse, including possible financial abuse.
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You say you have no money for a lawyer. I say you can't afford not to hire a lawyer. Options include filing a support claim against your husband to get at his money, seeking guardianship, reporting elder abuse, and divorce among others.
Lawrence Friedman, Bridgewater, NJ. Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the ABA approved National Elder Law Foundation, former Chair NJ State Bar Association Elder and Disabilities Law Section, Member Board of Consultors of NJSBA Real Property, Trusts & Estates Law Section, Vice Chair Special Needs Law Section of National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation from N.Y.U. School of Law. Visit SpecialNeedsNJ.com for articles and Q&A on elder law, special needs, wills, trusts, estates, and tax. Visit SpecialNeedsNJ.com/blog and subscribe for free timely updates to be delivered to your inbox. Information on both Avvo and SpecialNeedsNJ.com does not constitute legal advice, as it is general in nature and may not apply to your situation or be subject to important changes. No attorney client relationship exists unless set forth in written engagement terms.
The home is a marital asset, you can file the divorce case in FL, you were married in 2010 so not much to be done here. If your husband is being taken advantage of then contact the authorities in IL.
You have many issues as the other attorneys mentioned. I would first seek the advice of a divorce attorney. I think you may be able to get spousal support which will make your life easier at the present time.