Your question is a bit like asking, “can I buy a car, how fast will it go, how much will it cost, and how many miles to the gallon will it do?”I will need some more information from you but I will come back to that shortly.
You get divorced after you have been married for 12 months on the grounds of Adultery or unreasonable behaviour.
Adultery is very difficult to prove unless he admits it. It’s easy to cobble together a divorce petition for unreasonable behaviour. Smelly feet. Personal hygiene. Bad with money, obsessed with money. Bad tempered. Drinks too much. Stays in all the time. Never goes out. Goes out all the time. Flirts with other people. Is secretive on the telephone. Has dozens of women friends. Shouts and screams. Intimidate you. Really easy to put together unreasonable behaviour.
It doesn’t matter who divorce is who or for what, it doesn’t affect the financial settlement.
It also doesn’t matter who moves out of the marital home, that doesn’t alter the financial settlement either, but of the houses to be sold, it can make the person who remains in the property a little more reluctant to actually deal with a sale.
If you can tell me how long you have been together before you got married, what financial assets there are and how much each of you put in to the married and the house, and whether it’s in joint names or sole name, the value and any mortgage outstanding, I can answer further along with any specific questions you may have.