The distribution of marital property is 50/50 unless equal is not an equitable distribution. It is presumed that 50/50 is equitable.
She is likely entitled to 50% of the marital value of the home but it is not likely that she is entitled to more than 50% of the marital value of the home unless she can prove a distributional factor that would show that an equal distribution is not equitable.
For a list of the distributional factors, check out our article Is the Division of Property Always Fifty-Fifty?
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