Who does the housework? Is this labor compensated in any way?
This is actually split (IMHO) fairly evenly. I do the housework, except for his laundry, which he does. Frankly I'm not very interested in housework, and lots of women are neater than me, but the place is pretty clean considering 2 large dogs live indoors with us. BTW, we have a 1980 double-wide trailer, not a giant or fancy place. I cover the sofa, where the dogs sleep, in sheets, and wash them weekly. I vacuum everything about every 1-1.5 weeks.
He fixes things: the 2 vehicles (both Very old) parts of the house, the washer/dryer, electrical problems, etc., which I have NO ability with. He's also an auto mechanic, and at one time worked in the Air Force on repairs of military planes. He's very good at it.
We share the yard-work, but usually I mow our 2.8 acres since I'm not working right now, and I don't mind it. We just finished cleaning up from the summer hurricanes: he worked the chain saw, and I hauled stuff and watched the burn pile. No problem for me. I wouldn't even dare to pick up a chain saw, I'm that uncoordinated.
So, he fixes, generally, and I clean. This is OK with me, but neither of us gets compensation, really, just the other half of the duties.
I fix dinner for us both about 1/2 the time, or a little more, because I like it better and I'm better at it, but he never asks me "What's for dinner?," and will just feed himself if I'm not in the mood.
This labor might be divided more evenly if I were working, and in fact I've suggested we put that division in the contract, like who takes out the trash, who does the dishes, etc. depending on whether I'm working or not.
He says I'm not up to par on housework, as I leave the dishes overnight if I feel like it, and don't like to dust, but he also says it's not really important to him. I think I'm a bit tidier than he is, but I've gotten slack in the last 6 months out of, well, sheer anger & depression.