What was supposed to be a three-day trial in the child support case involving former OMB Director Peter Orszag and his ex-wife, Cameron Kennedy, is dragging on longer than first expected.
Attorneys representing both sides hadn’t finished presenting their cases as of Friday, when the matter was slated to wrap up after kicking off on Wednesday. The case, a particularly ugly skirmish over child support arrangements for the former couple’s two children, will continue May 13-15.
Orszag, now at Citigroup, is refusing Kennedy’s request that he pay $22,000 a month, with his attorney calling the suggested payment “backdoor alimony.” Kennedy, a consultant with McKinsey, says her ex-husband’s offer to cover the kids’ tuition instead is an attempt at “control.”
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