Guma Aguiar and his wife Jamie
* Missing Guma Aguiar transferred primary guardianship over his personal property 'in the event of my incapacity' from his wife to his mother in May
* His wife Jamie Aguiar is not listed court documents in any event as a beneficiary of his wealth
* His mother, Ellen Aguiar has said he may still be alive in a state of psychosis
* Sold lucrative energy company in 2006 for reported $2.55billion
* Has been in bitter legal battle with uncle and company co-founder over allegations Aguiar claimed to be the Messiah
The Coast Guard has suspended its 70-hour search for the the wealthy Brazilian-born, Jewish philanthropist who has been missing since his empty motorboat washed ashore in Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday
In addition, his mother Ellen Aguiar and not his wife Jamie, has filed a petition to control his $100 million fortune saying her son 'disappeared as the result of mental derangement or other mental cause' or disappeared 'under circumstances indicating that he may have died, either naturally, accidentally or at the hands of another'
The legal petition to control his assets lists a $50 million investment portfolio, $15 million in cash and $35 million in Israeli real estate.
'There is an imminent danger that the property of the absentee is in danger of being wasted, misappropriated or lost unless immediate action is taken because the absentee has disappeared … and assets must be protected from waste and/or dissipation,' the petition states.
Mrs Aguiar is looking to control his fortune to support his wife and son's, to manage his properties and to pay his employees salaries.
His home in Fort Lauderdale is valued at $5 million, he has seven cars valued at $1.1 million, and a yacht that is valued at $2.1 million states Mrs Aguiar's petition.
Speaking to CNN this morning, Mrs Aguiar was unequivocal that her son was having difficulty coping with life.
'He was struggling, he was under tremendous pressures that would not cease,' said Mrs Aguiar.