The answer is likely "no."
State laws vary. All states have categories of what are considered non-marittal assets. Those are assets that are not divided in a divorce and which are yours or ihis. In many states, premarital assets are included in that category. In such a state, only that portion of an asset that was acquired during the marriage is marital. In fact, in some states, appreciation on the non-marital portin during the marriage may still be non-marital. Minnesota is such a state.
In some states, premarital assets are not included as non-marital assets. That does not mean you are out of luck. Even in those states, statutes generally allow a party to argue that they should get a greater share of any asset that they used their efforts solely to acquire or maintain. The end result is roughly the same.