When you're getting a divorce, you can protect your assets with something called a domestic asset protection trust. This trust is also known as DAPT and is a strategy some people have been using in place of a prenuptial agreement. It's believed that wealthy people have been able to essentially hide assets from creditors with this kind of trust, and that can work to protect assets during a divorce, too.
How it works is simple. The DAPT is an irrevocable trust. It means that you relinquish your rights to the assets and can't control them. The trick is that you're allowed to be a beneficiary of the trust as well as the creator, so you can get your money and assets at a later time while protecting them now.