We suggest contacting a real estate attorney in Florida where your property is located. The attorney should be able to tell you the legal status of the property and advise you on what course of action you should take, if any.
Bob & Richelle Ward, Realtors, ABR
Prudential Connecticut Realty
(203) 470-9818... more
In most states, the answer would be NO. It is always best to contact an attorney for legal advice however, and I would do this IMMEDIATELY.
In most circumstances, only the registered owner may list or sell the home. As long as you have not given your wife power of attorney to sell on your behalf or a court has not ordered the sale of your home.
Check with an attorney though - this is too important!... more