If the house were purchased with funds from your parents and not funds you or your spouse earned during the marriage, the house would be considered “Separate Property.”
Not marital, and he would not have any equity interest in it. If you and or he made the mortgage payments, he might have a claim for reimbursement of half of any reduction in the principal amount owing
On the mortgage, but no equity interest.
If there is a wide disparity between what you earn on disability and what he earns, and your lifestyle while married was on a higher standard than what you can afford alone, you may be entitled
to some support from your spouse. It will depend on the discretion of the court.
If you are living in the NYC metro area, please call me at 212-370-1660 to discuss mediating your divorce.
It will be less expensive and much less traumatic.
Leonard M. Weiner, Esq./Divorce Solutions