I do not understand his view. You are not getting half the CC, but you are entitled to the value of the interest your husband has in the CC. This value needs to be calculated by auditors and a reasonable value should be established. This then is divided in two to give your share.
You are therefore in view of the fact that you also made a contribution to buidling this buisiness even further entitled to this.
I cannot think of a legal reason on why this is not viewed as part of the common estate by your lawyer. It is like shares in a company, it forms part of the value calculation of the common estate.
Please ask more if not clear.
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