Do not sign anything until you have a clear idea of what you wish to do.
If you are named on the deed, he will need your signature to sell the property.
If you decide to sell because you think it is a good idea, have the net proceeds divided in half, and your portion paid directly to you at the closing.
Do not allow the payment to be made to him or even to both of you in one check.
He could sell the house during a legal separation if you are on the deed and sign over the property to him.
If the property is only in his name but was acquired during the marriage, you must file for separation and divorce immediately to stop the sale.
Leonard Weiner, Esq. /Divorce Solutions