There isn't really a sample as each is tailored to the case.
An example could be:
I propose that the court dismiss all claims against each other and there be a clean break.
Alternatively you could something like:
*The matrimonial home be transferred to the Respondent and the Applicant to have a 20% charge to be calculated on the net proceeds of sale.
*The matrimonial home be sold at the first of the occurring events: the death death or remarriage of the respondent or the oldest child reaching 18 years old.
*The Respondent retain his pension
*The Applicant retain her pension
*The Respondent to discharge the current outstanding credit card debts.
An offer can be simple or fiendishly complex which will depend upon the assets and liabilities. The most important thing is to tie up all loose ends - not necessarily in the offer but in the order.
The offer might not go into the mechanics of a settlement but you need to be mindful of any issues that might arise from settlement e.g. if a property is transferred the mortgage will remain in joint names so who is to be responsible for the mortgage payments once transferred?
I would seek professional advice as there are some things that are worth the price. I see it as an essential purchase much like using an architect to draw up plans for an extension - I can turn my hand to most things but I wouldn't want to mess about with structural alterations.