Since the propety is your homestead, your husband cannot sell or mortgage it without your consent. As to whether you will have any interest in the property after your divorce, is something that the court will decide. You should consult with the lawyer who is representing you in your divorce.
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No. Your husband cannot just "dump" you. You have a right to marital assets (which means everything that was shared by the two of you during your marriage, or was funded by the efforts of either one or both of you). You have additional rights to support and maintenance, particularly considering the length of your marriage. DO NOT SEEK THE ADVICE OF A FRIEND OF YOUR HUSBAND!!! Find your own family law attorney. If you cannot afford one, your husband will have to pay for him/her. You have rights. Make sure they are protected!!!
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No-he can't just dump you and the deeds could be invalid unless you have a pre or post marital agreement.
You need an family law/real estate attorney right away.
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