Let me answer this as far as I am able.
What each party gets out of the relationship depends on a variety of things including the length of the marriage and the relationship altogether, what each party put in at the beginning and during and just as importantly, the needs of the parties after the breakup.
Assuming that the child is acknowledged as being disabled and incapable of independent living, and that you are going to be the carer of the child, then your needs are greater than your husband’s and there is a good argument to put forward in respect of you getting a higher percentage, perhaps 6040 or even 7525.
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