Sorry to hear of your trouble.
NC is an equitable distribution state. That means that the court will strive to divide the assets of your marriage in a "fair", but not necessarily "equal" division.
With that in mind, realize that the vast majority of property divisions in divorce actions are negotiated by the parties. So, it is highly unlikely that your wife will just get the house and you will get nothing, or vice versa.
Also, the fact that you are both in title means that you both have a legal claim to assert for the asset.
So, have a basic understanding of the assets you own separately and together and get experienced divorce counsel to protect your rights and aggressively negotiate the division.
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