In family court, all things are relative. If the couple has limited assets, the property division is likely to be rather straightforward and easy to ascertain. There may be a family home, a couple of cars, a bank account or two and if they are lucky, some retirement plans or a pension.
But if one or both parties to the marriage had significant income and high net worth, the complexity of the property division may escalate rapidly. If one member of the marriage is a hedge fund manager purported to be worth billions, the difficulty of the property division may be off the charts.