You need to file for divorce if you do not wish to remain married. As for her rights to property and assets, it is unlikely she can make any claim to the land, unless there are special circumstances. Please contact an attorney. I know myself and others offer a free initial consultation
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I agree that it is unlikely that she'd be able to get part of the land, but there are some situations where that could happen. You need an attorney. If you are unable to afford one, contact the Mississippi Center for Legal Services at 1-800-498-1804 to see if they are able to assist you.
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you need to contact a local attorney to discuss the specifics of your case. good luck.
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