I see. Thank you for providing this additional information.
A divorce court
would typically divide the marital property equitably. Since the home was purchased during the marriage and has some equity in it, your spouse would normally be entitled to an interest in that equity, which is usually 50% but may be more or less depending on a number of factors.
Since FL courts equitably divide marital property, they will normally weigh these factors in determining what division of property is most "fair"--it may be a 60/40 split or some other proportional division.
Here is a link which sets out the factors a court would typically use:
If, for example, a 50/50 split is fair, then the spouse who wishes to retain possession of the property would normally need to buy out the other spouse's interest in the property. This can be done in cash, or one spouse can agree to permit the other spouse to retain possession of other marital property of a similar value so each spouse retains possession in marital property of an approximately equal value.
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