As a matter of rule litigation relating to property is carried on in the courts of the place where property is situated. This is provided by Section 16 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. This is because it is easier to decide the matter there, and execution is also effortless and easy.
Supreme Court's power to transfer cases as per S.25 of the CPC, is all pervasive and it can transfer the matter outside even to a court not having jurisdiction if the ends of justice so demand, but very strong grounds need to be made out for that. Considering evidences would be forthcoming better at the place where property is situated. The fact that your family is stranded won't be a very good ground, threat to life and liberty is a good ground provided you can substantiate it with evidences/complaints etc. even then the court may order you to be examined on commission, your presence is not required at each date and can appear through pleader.
In a nutshell approaching Supreme Court for transfer is not advisable under such circumstances, and would be wasteful exercise.
Good Luck !
Advocate Supreme Court of India