If you acquired those assets during the marriage, they are considered marital property that is subject to a just and equitable division. In the vast majority of cases, the court divides the value of marital property 50/50.
There is one exception to the rule that assets acquired during the marriage are marital property. Assets that meet the definition of nonmarital property would most likely be returned to you. Some examples on nonmarital property are assets owned by you prior to the marriage, assets acquired using an inheritance that was made to you and you alone, gifts made to you and you alone, and proceeds from lawsuits representing permanent personal injury to you. These are just a few examples. In very exceptional cases, the court can award up to 50 per cent of your nonmarital property to your spouse.