My husband runs a successful management consultancy of which I am a silent partner, although I don't work full time in the business, I do some admin and web work, etc. However, he earns about £300,000 per year with a good dividend at the end of each financial year. Am I entitled to a share of money from the business, as it was always agreed that I stayed at home as the housewife so I dropped all thoughts of ever studying for a career myself and supported my husband in his studies and business ventures. Now I have no savings, no prospects of a career, no job as of yet and wondering how on earth I am going to financially survive as he has always been the provider. We have no children to worry about, thankfully.
A key piece of info missing is how long youve been married (if only for a year or two then you are entitled to less)
I will assume that you have been married for a while (at least 5 years).
The good news for you is the England/Wales famly law gives you full credit for your contribution to the marriage.
You can expect a fair share of the assets (take 50% as a starting point) as well as a share of any pension he has, plus a good claim for spousal maintenance which could be 1/3 of his income until you can start work an support yourself.
I would need lots more detail to provide a more accurate view than this. Take a look at the Divorce Calculator - see all the parameters it needs to make a decision.