Thanks for your question.
Moving out would not affect your percentage entitlement in the final financial settlement of the matrimonial assets.
Matters could be complicated if by moving out you were not able to pay joint liabilities (eg. mortgage (which I note is repaid), joint loans etc) but these would be an interim concern rather than a issue with your ultimate financial settlement.
If you are to rely on income from your husband to pay the cost of rent on a new property and he were to stop this then income stream you would run in to short-term difficulty in getting your rent paid.
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