Types of marital homes can include, but are not limited to, single-family houses, attached homes, apartments, mobile homes, boats, and trailers.
However it is important to note that, in the eyes of the law, separate property can sometimes be invaded or become marital property during the course of a marriage for example if the separate property was commingled with marital property or if the separate property was used for the benefit of the family.
My husband hasn't lived in the property for many years and now lives out of the country.
Typically, your spouse does not get a share of your separate property.
To ensure that this happens, you need someone who is dedicated to working through issues and coming up with solutions to them.
It often starts with an understanding of how your rights in the matrimonial home will affect your divorce.