It is impossible to tell you whether or not what you want is reasonable, but if as you say, the house you believe should be awarded to your husband truly has no equity in it, it is hard to understand why you should be awarded all of the other community property. Since mediation did not result in a settlement and you are headed for trial, the Court will be making a "just and right" division of your community property, which may or may not turn out the way you think it should. If you do not already have a lawyer, I urge you to get one before trial. Good luck to you.Ask a similar question
I am sorry that you are going through this. You should be able t agree to whatever you want and as long as it is equtable and as my collegue referred to it is "just and right" the court should accept your agreeement. Take care.
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