Is there a way to force my spouse to agree to a divorce and sell our house?

Question Details: My wife and I have been miserably married for 13 years. While we have 2 wonderful children 9 and 11. However, we've slept in separate beds in separate bedrooms on and off for roughly 11 years, most recently 3 years straight. We otherwise do not have sexual relations and haven't done so for well over a year and never more than a few times per year for our entire marriage. I desperately want a divorce but she refuses. We own a home together and she won't sell and I won't move out because of fear she would both destroy the house, one of her many charms, or the court would determine that I abandoned her and my sons and I'd lose even more than I'm going to lose already. How can I cause her to sell the house and agree to divorce proceedings when she flatly refuses? I have very little money to fund a lawyer to give me endless advice or process copious amount of paperwork that I could at least try to handle on my own. The issue here is she won't cooperate at all even though she is fully aware our marriage is in shambles and is wholly irreparable.

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