What will happen with my high value property after divorce?
All marital property is divided equitably in divorce, including high-value assets. High value assets are not treated any different than other assets. During a divorce, a couple can decide how they want to divide their marital property. They should write up their agreement and submit it to the judge for approval. Reaching an agreement is often cost-effective and makes the divorce process easier.
However, if a couple can’t reach an agreement, then a judge will divide the property equitably, meaning fairly. Equitable doesn’t necessarily mean 50/50, but in many cases the division will be close to equal.