New York — Missing millionaire Guma Aguiar’s wife tried to overturn their prenuptial agreement two months before he disappeared. Guma Aguiar, 35, was last seen on June 19 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Authorities found his empty fishing boat washed up on the beach with the engine running. No one has seen the man since. Aguiar’s assets are valued at over $100 million. His mother, Ellen Aguiar, and his wife, Jamie Aguiar, are fighting a legal battle over control of the assets. Jamie’s prenup entitles her to only $500,000, but she says the prenup is invalid because he misrepresented his worth when it was drawn up. While the prenup was being written, a company, Portland Energy Partners, L.P., that Guma Aguiar owned most of was sold for $2.5 billion. Jamie Aguiar said that during her marriage her husband suffered from “severe bipolar disorder, psychosis, illicit and prescription drug abuse, and psychological problems.” She was taking legal steps so that she and her four children could be safe and secure. If you have assets that need the protection of a prenuptial agreement, contact an experienced New York prenuptial agreement lawyer to review your situation.