Gambling losses, commodities investments and Broadway play were wasteful dissipation of marital assets.
Investment losses were not dissipation where wife concurred in the various purchases and trusted her husband’s business judgment.
Loss of police pension as a result of conviction for grand larceny was not a waste of a marital asset as there was no showing that the husband intended to deprive the wife of his pension.
Husband dissipated marital assets by allowing the family business to decrease in value during period of marital strife.
Use of large amounts of marital assets of fund college education of parties’ children during period of marital difficulties was dissipation.
Wife was entitled to credit for money spend by husband on his mistress after separation.
70/30 division of estate affirmed due to husband’s gambling.
Wife not entitled to be compensated for losses during marriage from husband’s venture capital investing in luxury car market. Husband did not act in bad faith.
Husband should pay interest on monies misappropriated from children’s trust accounts.
Forfeiting bail and fleeing from prosecution for sexual misconduct on children was dissipation of assets.