You did not reply to my information request and I will have to log off soon, so I will assume
: no children, and both of your names are ***** ***** home.
If so, then relocating out of the home would not risk your "share" of the home as it would be considered community property
if both of your names are ***** ***** title. Leaving said property does not forgo one's community property share in a divorce.
That is also true if one lives with a roommate - that brings no additional risk assuming that the roommate is not a romantic partner and that you do not live in a state where the spouse can sue for divorce with a fault of adultery (which they may try to claim).
As you can see, much depends on the nuance, so please respond if you want to discuss this more at length.
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