You have as much right to live in the house as your husband does. You need a lawyer. You do not have to move out unless there is a court order to do so.
go hire a lawyer. give that person all the facts. when the house was purchased, by whom, who shopped for it, from where the money came, who has paid for it since are all important facts. do not post them here. the house may be a marital asset.
do not move out other than to protect your safety.
go see a lawyer now.
One of you has to file for divorce. The title to the real estate is not controlling. Depending on a number of factors, the house may be marital or nonmarital. You need to see a lawyer. Don't move out until you see a lawyer. Generally speaking, barring spousal abuse, if you continue to reside together during the dissolution process, that will facilitate the resolution of the divorce.
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