We shouldn't be partitioning wealth equally but rather focus on setting realistic limits for personal wealth such that a Jeff Bezos cannot reach such excesses through not paying taxes. Better to collect funds through proper levels of taxation then use them for schools, infrastructure, health and other societal needs that help elevate the poor.
One of the models that is most broken is the United States where personal amassing of fortune is akin to a religion and the myth of the American dream was sold as a way to keep people who had no chance of partaking in it sufficiently quiet. The chances of making it as a visible minority was not impossible but grossly improbable as witnessed by who owns the lion share and what their skin colour is. The same could be said of women who are not even close to being proportionately represented.
Money equals power and this extreme amassing of wealth by fewer and fewer hands at the corporate level helps generate monopolies. Amazon, Facebook and Google are good examples of this.
We know life isn't fair but no reason to make things any worse.