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The three houses purchased prior to the marriage are your husband's separate property. If he never added your name to the properties or otherwise gifted them to you, they remain his separate property. He would usually get both the properties and the debt associated with them. If you used marital funds to fix up any of the properties, then you could claim half the value that those improvements caused.
Debt accumulated during the marriage, credit card or otherwise, is split between the two of you. Assets accumulated during the marriage by either of you are also split. That includes any bank accounts that you each have, retirement accounts, properties bought during the marriage, etc.
Your husband can agree to allow you to continue living in the marital home with your daughter until she turns 18, or the two of you can enter a lease agreement. A judge would uphold that agreement if it were made. Child support is based on your respective incomes and how much time you each have with the child. We unfortunately are not able to calculate it for you, but this calculator should give you a reasonable estimate.
Alimony is a little different. It's not based on a specific formula. There's also been a constant trend in the United States toward reducing or eliminating alimony. To get alimony, first, a person has to be able to show need. That means establishing that your income is not sufficient to support you in the marital standard of living (and child support will be considered in this). If you are not working, you may have to show an inability to work. The judge will look at your income vs. expenses and what your husband can afford to pay. Chances of getting alimony increase if the marriage has lasted more than 10 years. Typically, what you would get is what the judge thinks you need to help you become self-supporting. That means that payments frequently last about half the duration of the marriage.
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