Your question is very broad and impossible to answer with the information provided. Generally in Texas you are entitled to one-half of all community property. This would include one-half the value of any real estate, bank accounts, furniture, vehicles, insurance, etc. You are also entitled to a portion of military retirement that your husband receives. The calculation of that amount is very complex and you need an attorney familiar with military retirement to guide you. You may also be entitled to spousal support after the divorce to give you the resources to become employable and to support yourself. Again, this is a matter to discuss with a family law attorney.
Without more detail it's impossible to answer. You should consult an attorney in the county in which your case is being heard - even if it's only by phone.
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