When you say that your husband "did not legalize" your marriage in the U.S., exactly what do you mean? Were you validly married in India? Was he not married to anyone else when you got married? Then your marriage is valid in the U.S., even if he hasn't done anything else. If he lives in the U.S., you can go ahead with a dissolution, and to enforce your rights to community property, whether or not he tries to avoid it by transferring authority to his ex-wife. You should speak to an experienced family law attorney and review all the facts.
Your statement of facts begs for additional information. Your best bet is to contact a local family law attorney and explore your specific circumstances in detail. Many attorneys offer a free consultation. Good luck.
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