She's actually been asked for that by a company that wants her to teach AND to trade on 1 million like a hedge fund and keep a portion of the profits of her trading if she can prove it. She does this with 100K and lives off the income. The rest of her money is in real estate projects where she makes another 100-150K a year on top of her 100 to 125K a year trading.Never. If you've got that much more money than her, than any attorney she'd hire in divorce would advice her to challenge the prenup for nuisance value.
I'd love to see a redacted statement showing consistent triple digit trading performance. In fact, so would any investment firm. She could literally have seven figures to invest in no time at all. Seems suspect to me.
A legal challenge to the prenup does concern me, but most states consider property you owned before the marriage to be yours anyways as I understand it.