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I am a Solicitor and will assist you.
Legal aid is only available when you can get domestic violence evidence and you qualify in relation to your income and assets.
If your husband has not been charged with any offence then I suggest that you take this letter to your GP and ask them to refer you to a domestic violence service. This will then count as your domestic violence evidence for 5 years.
Once the letter has been completed take it to a local family legal aid solicitor to you and ask them for a free legal help asessment.
If you qualify they will be able to help you in relation to divorce, finances and children.
This link will give you an idea if you qulaify in respect of means:
If your husband doe stip supporting you then I suggest that you issue divorce proceedings asap then you can ask the court for interim maintenance by way of order. This can be enforced if he does not pay.
In relaity if you have been married over 5 years then the starting point for the division of all assets is equality. The court considers certain factors in deciding whether to depart from equality. If you earn less than your husband and will be the main carer for your children then you need to be seeking a alrger share of all the assets circa 10 -20% more. If there is not enough equity in your home to downsize and rehome yourself and the children then a court will likely order that the house not be sold and your husbands equity realised until your youngest is 18.
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