Property division is complicated and requires an experienced attorney in your state to properly advise you. Property division depends on what type of state you are in - community property or equitable or something else. In addition I'd depended on what contributions she has made tot he house as well as other factors such as her ability to work, the overall financial health of the family, if there is any equity in the home, etc. this is why it is essential to speak to an experienced family law attorney.
If you brought the home into the marriage its possible that you may be able to keep it. Alot depends upon the length of the marriage and your states local rules regarding property division and marital estate distribution. Please consult a local attny it will be well worth it, take care and I hope things get better, take care.
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