You are correct the money in the irrevocable trust set up prior to the marriages is not considered community property.
"Arizona is a community property state and community property law controls the division of all assets of your marital estate.
Community property law sets forth a presumption that all real and personal property acquired during marriage is community property - meaning that the "property" is owned 50% by Husband and 50% by Wife. "Property" is not limited to houses and cars, but also includes businesses, ownership interests, investments, wages from work, earnings, income, savings, retirement accounts, bonuses, dividends, IRA's, pensions, real estate, raw land, brokerage accounts, boats, cars, art, furniture and any other property, whether it be real or personal - and of course, this also includes all debt created during the marriage. Unless the presumption of community property can be overcome, all property acquired during the marriage is to be divided equally upon divorce of the parties." http://www.jaburgwilk.com/news-publications/what-exactly-is-community-property-law-in-arizona-and-why-does-it-matter
I understand that the trust is protected, but what rights do I have from the day we got married?
Therefore the day you got married you are entitled to 1/2 of all property that is marital property.
This link sets out what is considered marital property and what may be considered separate property. http://www.divorcenet.com/resources/divorce/marital-property-division/arizona-divorce-dividing-prope Again the presumption is that everything is marital property unless proven otherwise.
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