Good morning. I note I have heard nothing further from you so I can only provide you with some general guidance on this matter.
The starting point for any financial division following a divorce is a 50:50 split of the matrimonial assets. There are a number of factors which will likely alter that split including dependent children (and ensuring a roof over their heads), the length of the marriage, respective ages, health, income differentials, pension provision, living standards, needs and fairness.
If you have been married a long time and there are no dependent children, you will almost certainly be looking at a 50:50 division of the assets. If, however, there are young children, the prime carer and the children will need a roof over their heads. This may mean either selling the matrimonial home and the prime carer taking a larger share of the equity to rehouse themselves (depending on their income/mortgage capacity) or remaining in the matrimonial home until the children get to a certain age.
There may also be claims for spousal maintenance. If one party cannot meet their reasonable outgoings from their income but the other spouse has surplus income after their reasonable outgoings, their may be a need for maintenance.
This guidance is very general. I am happy to answer further questions, however, I would certainly need you to respond to my original requests for information. Otherwise, thank you for your question and for using Just Answer.
Best wishes, J