Now you are providing information that I did not have when I answered the question. If you do not provide the information, I could not possibly answer your question fully and I am aiming to give you the answers you need, so please do not get upset with me and we could get to the bottom of this to help you resolve the matter. First off, you should not end up homeless and without anything. In Louisiana there is a duty of spousal support
, so he would be bound to provide you with support at the very least. Support payments would be based upon the length of the marriage (15 months), the standard of living to which you have become accustomed, your age and ability to become employed, the amount of training and education you would require to become employed and any health conditions.
Since he has established a separate property regime, then the separate property would be his. Like I said before, if any community assets were used on the house, you would be entitled to half of those assets.
You did not mention how he purchased the stocks, you said he purchased them while you were married, but did not say if he purchased them with separate funds. If he purchased them with his separate funds, then he merely converted one separate asset into another. If he used community funds, then the stocks are community property.
The inheritance, since he inherited it while you were divorced, which you did not initially tell me, then it is his.
You did not address the land or how the mineral rights were acquired. If you explain that a bit more maybe I can answer that for you a bit better.
I am sorry this is taking so long, but be patient and courteous and I will do what I can to assist you as much as possible.