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He is only entitled to half the assets that accrued during the marriage unless you did something to change a premarital asset into a marital asset. An analysis of each asset is really beyond the scope of the forum because the answer can become very fact intense, but the important thing to take away is, generally, he shouldn't receive anything that you did obtain during the marriage.
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