Should your weights be in line with the recommended hitch capacity and gross weight of your tow vehicle plus trailer plus cargo on trailer AND you need brakes on the trailer, research how to wire in a brake controller circuit elsewhere on this Forum. On our 2014 chassis Solera, its not an easy installation. On some prior models, there is a green connector under the driver's seat that facilitates the connection to an electrical braking system on your trailer.
Consider the alternative of a hydraulic disc brake actuated hitch assembly for your trailer. No special wiring issues and they work quire well. Previous to our current configuration, I used a tow dolly with hydraulically activated disc brakes.
Whatever braking solution you choose, please have your rig weighed at an official weighing station (CAT being common along freeways). Keep the print out with your registration should you be questioned by authorities. Knowing you're within the manufacturer's weight limits will give you peace of mind as well as documenting your compliance with regulations.
PS: For comparison purposes, we now tow a Smart Car (around 1800 lbs) wheels down without supplemental brakes on the car. No effect on handling and little if any on mileage.