Massachusetts is known as an equitable division state wherein the Court under M.G.L.c. 208 §34 considers a number of factors in dividing up the estate. Among those factors are the length of the marriage, the conduct of the parties during the marriage, the age, health and station, occupation, amount and sources of income, vocational skills, employability, future estates, liabilities and needs of each party.
It doesn’t matter if you were the primary wage earner or your contribution was that of a homemaker, the Court will look at all factors.
Generally speaking, if the marriage is a long term marriage and most of the assets were acquired during the marriage, the Court will look to divide up the assets equally.