The probate court will not force a partnership on you. That said you need to be well represented. Your situation is not uncommon. You should be able to "equalize" the division. You and your brother should consider a short mediation with a qualified mediator. It would save both of you time and money and you each can still be represented by counsel of yur choice.
This is a general answer only and you should seek the advice of counsel to address facts specific to your circumstances.
Attorney Hackard is right that mediation might be a good idea. He is also correct that you will want your own attorney representing you in this matter. It is not uncommon for different beneficiaries of an estate to have different ideas of what to do with the property, however, a court cannot force you into forming a partnership.
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Partnerships are a voluntary relationship. The Court won't force you if you don't want to enter into one. The court could force a sale. As has been said, you should seek out your own attorney to represent your interests. All it might need is a letter from a lawyer to prevent the result you fear.