Hello and thank you for your question.
I will go down the assets listed in your question:
1. Social Security, if you were married more than 10 years, you can receive a portion of his Social Security;
2. Pension, you are entitled to half of the contributions made by him from the date of marriage to the date of separation;
3. You don't work that much because of the economy--you may be entitled to spousal support
4. Home: you are entitled to fifty percent of the equity--if the house was purchased during the marriage with community funds;
5. Assets in a joint trust--you are entitled to fifty percent.
Also, since CA is a community property
state, you also would be responsible for fifty percent of the liabilities during the marriage--so if there is a mortgage owed on the home or any of the assets are not owned free and clear, you would be responsible for that as well.
You and your husband will fill out disclosures that lists all of the assets and debts, at that time you can see what the 50/50 split would be. If he is in agreement, then you can write up a marital settlement
agreement, submit that to the court, and you would be finished with your divorce. You still have to wait 6 months and one day after you file for the divorce to be finalized with the court.