Is $122,858 USD a Month Enough to Live On?
Recently it was reported that Tracey Hejailan-Amon was granted $122,858 USD as temporary monthly support. This is in addition to a lump-sum payment of $1,262,121. However, Tracey Hejailan-Amon says it “isn’t enough”.
Her husband Maurice Alain is apparently worth $1.4 billion.
The support order was made by a Monaco Court, but the wife would like to have the case heard in New York. Her lawyer stated that the wife:
“maintains that she was never domiciled in Monaco … [Maurice] contends that Tracey’s shoe collection … was in the Monaco home and this constitutes proof that she was a Monaco domiciliary. This case is a ‘shoe-in’ for the record books in Monaco — it’s well beyond the ‘War of Roses,’ it’s the ‘War of Louboutins.’ ”
This case, and the high monetary awards, are similar to the Bitcoin cases we recently wrote about and also the case where the wife claimed support that included a wine budget of over $10,000 where the court considered:
a large figured that had been included in the mother’s annual budget for wine.:
There is a claim of £10,555 per annum for “Wine”. The child is aged seven and does not consume the wine. This appears to be a mixture of wine supplied by the mother to the parents of children when they visit her home, and some general entertaining.
So what do you think?
Would a $122,858 USD a month be enough to meet your budget or would you request more?
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