Six months of willful abandonment of a child is grounds to petition for a termination of parental rights.
You can file a petition to partition the property but you should seek the advice of a real estate litigation attorney to see if this is the best remedy for your situation.
If CSE can’t help then you would need to file for a motion and order to appear and show cause (i.e. the contempt motion) against him and a motion to change venue if you and the children are no longer living in the county that originally handled the establishment of child support and other divorce matters. Since CSE isn’t able to help, then you will have to file these motions unless you hire a lawyer.
For the HOA fees, it sounds like writing a statement about your position and the fact that you have not lived there for 9 years will be worth a try. An HOA can put a lien on a property.
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