Yes, possibly, if you put her name on title. Otherwise, probably not. Keep in mind that the time you lived in the home is entirely irrelevant. What is relevant is proving that you owned the home before marriage, and tracing what monies were put into it after you got married (as your income because community property at that point in time) to determine if the investment of community funds resulted in any gain/equity that the community now has an interest in.
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