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If the house is owned by your wife's family trust, then in the end you are going to be evicted even if she isn't. The house is not marital property if was not acquired with marital property during the marriage. I'm guessing this was either acquired before the marriage or by inheritance and the trust has kept it family property.
Only marital assets and debts are divided when a couple divorces. Marital assets includes everything the spouses acquired, both separately and together, during the marriage. Florida law also says that marital assets include all vested or nonvested benefits, rights or funds either spouse accrues during the marriage, including retirement, pension, profit-sharing, annuity, deferred compensation, and insurance plans and programs.
Property is nonmarital, or separate, if a spouse owned it before marriage or acquired it during marriage as a gift (not including gifts from the other spouse), or by inheritance. Separate property also includes:
(1) assets and debts that the spouses have defined in a valid written agreement as separate property,
(2) income from separate property, unless the spouses have treated the income as marital property, and
(3) items purchased with or exchanged for separate property.
Therefore the trust can evict your husband.
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