Let us however separate out a suffix, not a prefix. Now, what if the suffix must go to the right of the next word, regardless of word class if the separable noun is subject.
Intransitive: Root verbs suffix
Transitive subject: Root verbs suffix object
Object: Subject verbs object suffixHowever, in isolation, a separable noun also requires an intervening morpheme - either a vocative particle or some other type of particle.
Vocative: Root oh suffix
Exclamative: Root indeed suffixWhere this gets weird is coordination. We could go down simple route of just having the suffix after thd conjunction. But... what if the conjunction is a prefix or even just achieved by putting nouns in apposition?
If a subject is clause-final, some particle also may need inserting or alternatively some other kind of displacement could take place.
Also, been busy, new job. May take a while until the regularly scheduled tempo resumes.