NBA star Dwyane Wade may need Miami breach of contract attorney to fight charges made by ex-wife
Dwyane Wade may be the golden boy of the Miami Heat, but his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches-Wade seeks to characterize him in a different light. According to reports, the NBA champion has been accused of willfully violating a financial agreement set forth in their 2008 divorce, and may benefit from the help of a Miami breach of contract lawyer.
In an official complaint filed in Cook County Circuit Court in Chicago, where the plaintiff currently resides, Funches-Wade alleges that her ex-husband and four companies he currently has endorsement deals with actively conspired to work around the contractual obligations of an Agreed Preliminary Injunction (API), which purportedly stipulates that income from such arrangements must be deposited in a joint account they share.
Funches-Wade is reportedly seeking $2 million in damages from the Miami Heat guard, his Miami attorneys, and the four companies involved for breach of contract and civil conspiracy. It is unclear at this time if the defendant has secured a Miami breach of contract attorney among his current legal counsel.
“In breach of the contract reflected in the API, Dwyane Wade has had marketing and endorsement companies and the NBA pay him the funds that should have been directly deposited [in the joint account] and Dwyane Wade, his agents and attorneys have decided when and how much of those funds should be deposited into the mutually agreed upon account,” the complaint states, as reproduced by Courthouse News Service.
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