Attorney Ryan Suser has obtained a favorable result in a matrimonial action after trial.  At issue, among other things, was how to distribute nearly two million dollars resulting from the sale of marital assets during the action and how to address almost $400,000 in tax liabilities.  Following several days of trial the Court accepted Ryan’s theory – which relied in part on the expert opinion of a CPA – that the liabilities amounted to “wrongful dissipation” of marital assets and should not be attributed to Ryan’s client.  The equitable distribution of remaining assets was otherwise favorable to Ryan’s client.