Technically, if the “Dollar” you used to purchase the house came from funds you had before your marriage, and as you say, you kept the title to the property solely in your name, the property should be considered separate property and not marital property. Your spouse would have no claim to it. The property was a gift to you from your parents, as recorded in their Divorce Stipulation, and as such, and if it was kept solely in your name, it is again separate property and not marital property spouse would have no claim to it.
Leonard M. Weiner, Esq. /Divorce Solutions