Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
Ho wold is your son and how does he share his time between you?
How much is the house worth and how much is outstanding on the mortgage?
What income does he have?
How much is he offering you in total?
What Pension provision do you each have?
Are you willing to take the matter to court?
How much can you earn when you find a new job?
My apologies for the delay - your question fell off my list for some reason
I have to say that the offer that has been made does appear to be complicated in the extreme.
You do not have any claim for child maintenance since the child spends his time equally between you.
Your claim for spouse maintenance is slight since once you again in work your incomes will not be that far apart.
In terms of the house the starting point for division of the equity (based on the value given by the Estate Agent ) is 50/50 - but the court has the power to depart from that and I believe that could could achieve at least 60% of the equity - possibly more.
There is then the issue of Pensions to be considered which will have to be taken into account
As a starting point you need to arrange to attend a Mediation Information and Assessment meeting (MIAM) with a local family mediator - if mediation will work then that is great - but if not then you can apply to the court for the court to decide the matter
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details