You will likely need to file for partition. In a partition action, the court orders the sale of the property and performs an accounting of contributions to determine how the money will be distributed.
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Considering you have already retained an attorney to handle this matter, I suggest you speak to your attorney and clearly convey all of your concerns. Also discuss filing an action for partition, as Mr. Millar suggested in his answer.
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