I can't evaluate the status of your property rights without reviewing the deed, your divorce judgment, and all of the collateral documents (deeds of trusts, loan instruments, etc.). If you want a comprehensive review and you would like me to deal with the FTB on your behalf, I can send you a premium services offer, and we can take the discussion offline. Please let me know if you're interested.
Otherwise, the best that I can do, given the info you've provided is what I've suggested. I'm not trying to be difficult, but you seem to be looking for an absolutely definitive answer, and that's simply impossible to provide in this forum, because I don't have all of the facts and documentary evidence to review.
Note: I'm a California lawyer, and I handle taxes, estates, and real estate matters, among other things, as part of my legal practice.
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