If you don't want your name associated with a paper, no one can force you to do so. Authorship for publications is by consent of each author. Even mentioning someone as a contributor to a paper requires consent, though it is often implied.
You can inform the others to remove all mention of yourself, possibly leaving them with plagiarism issues in some cases if they still want to publish. If they submit a paper without your permission, you can contact the publisher who will respond if the publication is legitimate.
Of course, if the others are powerful and you are not this leaves you with the possibility of blowback from them. In particular, fights between advisors and students are seldom fruitful for the student.