For people with substantial personal assets or children from previous relationships, it can be important to protect those assets, and their distribution to intended future beneficiaries, before entering into a marriage. For most people, a well-drafted, enforceable prenuptial agreement is the best legal option. However, for a variety of reasons, some prospective spouses simply won't agree to sign one. What then?
High net worth divorce cases can be difficult and complex, especially when it comes to dividing up and protecting marital assets. The hope is that everything will be divided up in a way that is fair to both spouses.
Dividing up property during an Illinois divorce can be complicated for any couple. However, in situations where high assets are involved, the process of property division can become even more confusing.