I wish you the best.
One other item to be careful of is if you sign a quay claim deed you will lose your rights to the property, but, you will not be removed from any financial liabilities by your lender. If you signed the loan papers you will stay there until the other party refinances and puts a new mortgage in their name only.
Everything about real estate during a divorce, and the financial ramifications, is a complete nightmare, nothing less. Sometimes one side will give the other a quit-claim deed to the property in lieu of some other trade off. Nothing is worth going to court for if there's a way to mediate outside of trials. Only the attorneys get rich, from other people's misery.