I am a NJ family lawyer not an AZ one. Please accept this answer as a general one. It is never a good idea to bring a woman defendant back into court on one of these disputes. Family courts are notorious for finding for the woman, and not the man. 1) Always use an attorney in these matters. 2) Make a motion in family court to enforce litigant's rights and to have her provide a complete accounting of what was taken from the house, and what is owed to you. DO NOT CONTACT HER. DO NOT THREATEN HER. I cannot count the number of times male clients of mine have done this, and the woman goes into court, tells the judge they are "frightened" of their "violent, jealous" ex, and off the man goes to jail. Please do not respond that she has done everything wrong and you have done everyhing right. Family court is NOT a pleasant place for men, and the rulings are rarely in their favor. Avoid civil litigation; almost every judge in America throws it back into family court unless it involves some form of commercial litigation (the parties owned a business) and even that is rare. Good luck.
You need to speak with an attorney before you do anything else. The facts you have related are somewhat confusing. It seems like you essentially "bought" her interest by accepting the quit claim deed. Divorce situations are not generally conducive to sound business judgment. You need to step back from the divorce and present all of your facts to an attorney in your area to see if you have any available remedies. This involves a dispassionate reasoning process of deciding what obligations your ex had and whether her actions violated any of those obligations. Only after you have gone through this process can you make an informed decision about how to proceed.
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