The fact is that no matter whose name is on the title to the house, at this point it still is considered to be the "marital residence" and accordingly both parties have equal rights to possession. However, that changes if: a final divorce decree is issued; a legal separation agreement is executed that gives you the exclusive use of the house; or some sort of temporary order is issued (e.g. protective or stay away order) which calls for his removal from the home.
At this point you need to speak to directly to a divorce attorney in your area. They can best explain your rights and/or remedies.
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