During your divorce, you probably know that the state requires an equal split of your assets. This applies only if you can't agree on a different arrangement, since the state is a community property state.
During a divorce, one of the things you have to talk about is how you plan to divide your property. Normally, people in California follow a 50-50 rule thanks to the state being a community property state. What that means is that any marital property is shared equally among the parties, not divided equitably.