We’ve already got the house on the market
Divorcing couples often assume that the house will have to be sold. They also often assume that the proceeds of sale will be divided equally. Neither is necessarily the case.
If the house is not particularly large or expensive, and if there are children, there may not be a sale until the children have finished university.
Even if there is an immediate sale, there may be good reasons for dividing the proceeds of sale unequally.
Don’t make assumptions – take advice.