It's not always easy to divide your property during a divorce, especially after decades of marriage. You may not remember who spent money on a particular asset or may share accounts, so everything is legitimately shared by both parties.
During your divorce, you may not be sure about how you want to divide your property. Maine does not have community property laws, which means that you can divide your assets equitably. Equitable is not equal, so you'll want to show why you deserve the assets that you're seeking.