The children of a valid multi-millionaire house magnate are suing his father, claiming that he refuses to deny his legitimate scratch on the associate's fortune.
The abandoned children of the final Elie Hirschfeld family are suing their father for $ 50 million dollars ($ 70 million dollars), claiming that he refuses to realize the pinnacle of his deserved right to the fortune of the intimate.
The three children, Benjamin, 21, Jonathan, 20, and Matthew, 19, alleged that their father transferred the interests of altering the properties of the house directly or indirectly subsequent to puberty, before their unpleasant divorce behind their mother, Susan , in 2009.
However, he is now doing everything possible to save them from the money, the documents in the Manhattan Supreme Court's indictment of his father, who is the son of the late Abe Hirschfeld, the colorful parking tycoon who owned The Post for a chaotic 16 days in 1993.
Now, considering that Elie does not talk about her three children, that each one has reached the age of majority recently, Elie refuses to undertake the repentance of the plaintiffs in these properties or to account for the pension that these properties have been Winning beyond these interests were irrevocably transferred For the plaintiffs, court documents are recovered.
Elie has hidden these interests from Elie Hirschfeld children and continues to hide these interests in an effort to defraud the plaintiffs. In fact, a note from Elie contains the then [o]The only thing I can answer is that children can sue me more.
Elie, 69, has allegedly refused to designate the trio, taking into account any recommendations on his interests, related revenues and who have been managing the various residential and commercial properties, which are located in Manhattan and New Jersey.
The plaintiffs now have their voices and will surely remain stuck by their father, which legitimately belongs to them, the admission to the judicial documents.
The trio acquires several percentages of the final household, takes admission to the trust, joins in the crime and receives $ 50 million in damages.
In a post to The Post, Elie said the claims were, at best, without merit.
The purest show for these claims without merit, dating from the mitigation at the top of the 10 years, is that my children and their lawyer are clearly ill-informed, said Elie. Unfortunately, the most likely excuse is that the claims are irregular in a series of concrete battles related to contentious divorce in the midst of me and my son's mother.