Thanks for your question. It would be hard here to second guess your lawyer here. He has access to the guy's total financial picture. If however you are uncomfortable with this the way it is you can decline here. From the facts you present I think he probably has more than he appears to have in court.
You are really at a crossroads here. He may have more assets but how much are you willing to spend in time and money to pursuit here. Some of what you are entitled to here would be based on what he had before mariage and how long you were married. Generally a marriage of ten years or more gets you spousal support. Also you interest in retirement and marital assets are based on the length of the marriage.
I wouldn't say that this is a bad offer on a five year or less marriage. If it has been a ten or fifteen year one I think this is seriously undervalued. I assume that your lawyer has factored all of this in.
My gut feeling here is that he's come up once already. I would ask for more. I think he'll come up more. I think your instinct overall is that he has more and that he wants to settle and he will pay. Ask for some more here and see what he counters with through your lawyer. You'll never know unless you ask. This may require some more legal time and money but it might be worth it here as you feel it's not enough. I wish you good luck here..
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