An awful lot of information needed when deciding on financial settlements.
How long living together/married?
Both parties’ assets including any pensions
Both parties’ liabilities
Any children of qualifying age
If children who will they stay with
The law looks at the ongoing needs of children first
Then it looks at the future needs of both parties
Offer up some more information before anyone can give an idea of potential split
Or use the calculator on here, it's not black & white, but providing you input figures correctly and honestly, it will point you in the right direction
I used Divorce Online for my divorce and I think their admin procedures leave a lot to be desired. They don't give legal advice (because they are not solicitors) and they can be quite abrupt on the phone, so if you really want to do it yourself then go straight to the courts service.
I would suggest that you take advantage of the the free 30 mins sessions that many solicitors offer. They will get you thinking about the things you should be considering, and what you are entitled to.
I have reservations about Divorce Online after one of their 'experts' continuously advises tertiary education is essentially 6th form and not higher or university education. As far as I'm aware there has never been any dispute about the definition of tertiary education and this man (possibly a paralegal) is the only one who thinks it's not higher or university education.
If you go to your local Court there are leaflets for every step of the way you can pick up. Alternatively, most decent lawyers would advise you to do a simple uncontested divorce yourself after a free half hour consultation, and will give you the forms that you need. Lastly, if you contact me, I will email the forms to you and try and point you in the right direction.