Dividing a payment with payable/loan or receivable

Hi, I am not from an accounting background and have been using quickbooks for a while. which is very easy except have to learn around a few things. Please bear with me.

Condition : There are certain payments I make with bank which are divided with a partner, as in, he has to pay me a part of it. When I pay using bank/card, this is pulled into quickbooks via the bank connection. I have a "current assets" account made for this. but how do I divide it?

For example, I made a card payment of Rs. 4000/- and the partner will later pay me 2000 in cash. 

the 4000 gets pulled into quickbooks via bank connection as a single transaction. How do I divide it as 2000 goes into current assets that he will pay later in cash?

Thanks for your help

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