Appeal of $200,000 fee order dismissed because of H’s refusal to comply with discovery orders; H can be compelled to borrow to pay fees.
Evidence showed that husband’s cash expenditures greatly exceeded sum of his cash withdrawals.
In absence of transcript of hearing in divorce proceeding, trial court’s determination that there was full and fair disclosure by husband of his financial information, with respect to execution of postnuptial agreement, was supported by trial court’s findings in record that wife had access to husband’s family business financial records up to point where she filed for divorce.
This article will highlight some of the important decisions since the release of Rick and provide further guidance on how the principles of financial disclosure and vulnerability have been treated.
A parent cannot insulate an inheritance from consideration for child support by transforming it into a non‑income producing asset.