If the community contributed to or made mortgage payments and/or improvements, you may be entitled to a share of the property. It all depends on the accounting. It would be in your best interest to consult a family law attorney concerning this property and other divorce issues.
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Your entitlement to an interest in this property depends on many details that we don't have.
Are you trying to do a do-it-yourself divorce? If so, are you and your husband in agreement with who is entitled to what from this house?
If not you will need a qualified divorce attorney anyway.
In addition to relatively tricky questions of community property (anything your husband earned while married to, or, for that matter, anything you earned while married to him), I wonder if your husband intended to give you a one-half interest in the house as a gift when he >
Talk with a lawyer if there is any question about who gets what from this house.
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