As a high-asset Sussex County or Warren County resident, you know how crucial it is to take measures to mitigate the risks that jeopardize your wealth and investments. One of them is requiring your fiancé to sign a prenuptial contract before you agree to set a date for the ceremony. Prenuptial contracts are enforceable in divorce court if the judge signs off on them. However, there are other measures you can take to keep your wealth intact in a high-asset divorce.
High-value divorces are tricky because they involve a significant amount of assets and parties believe the laws of equitable distribution do not apply to their situations. Here are a few more considerations about high-asset divorces and property division.