New York Husband and Wife have two minor children together.
Both Husband and Wife have established successful careers.
Husband boasts of having thirty years in corporate finance and international banking under his belt.
Yet Husband reportedly testifies in family court that he has been working for a start-up for the last three years and has not received any income. For three years.
Then Wife produces photographs of Husband skiing in the Swiss Alps – and passing time in Monaco.
Oddly enough, this doesn’t add up for the family court judge, who takes Husband to task for not paying his child support. And orders Husband to come up with some income to pay child support.
Husband then offers to put his proceeds of sale from a real estate deal into an escrow account available for costs in the divorce case.
Read more in this New York Post article: Judge rips ‘broke’ deadbeat dad who skied in Alps.