If my separated husband is overseas unemployed travelling for 3 years while I am working supporting our University

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If my separated husband is overseas unemployed travelling for 3 years while I am working supporting our University child. What $ does this come to per year when dividing assets to compensate for support of child? JA: How old is the child? What state does he live in? Customer: New Zealand ** years old JA: Is there an agreement for payment of child support? Customer: no JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you? Customer: no

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Looking to put forward a financial account to him in next week or so as he is visiting NZ this week. Other questions are he has family inheritance recently which I think I am entitled to half but not wanting to go there. His IRA which he contributed to while we were together though over 30 years, I am entitled to half right?
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Normally it is difficult to depart from equal sharing of relationship property. Even if he didn’t contribute for some years that is still the legal position. But his inheritance is likely to be separate and assets out of New Zealand are not subject to New Zealand law
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