Thank you, Robin.
You would typically be entitled to child support and likely spousal support
given these facts.
Here is a link to the TX child support calculator. Based on this estimate, the monthly child support payment if you are the non-custodial parent
(using only your husband's base salary) would be around $5,000.00 per month.
Since you were married for so long and there is a large difference between your incomes, you would typically be entitled to spousal support as well. There is no set amount, but it would likely be at least several thousand dollars a month. I would definitely retain an attorney under the circumstances if he is not willing to agree to either type of support.
Here is a link indicating the spousal support factors to be considered:
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