Judge rules former NH Senate candidate must pay ex-wife, lawyer $20,000
Judge James M. Carroll, in the 4th Circuit Court-Family Division, said a "fraud was perpetrated" by Josh Youssef regarding disputed financial transactions with his father.
Bethany Youseff's attorney, Edward Mosca, said the 20-page ruling left unclear whether Youseff must pay 50 percent of a disputed $30,000 or half of $35,000.
Youssef's attorney, Jonathan Springer, couldn't be reached for comment.
According to the ruling, Youssef provided his father $30,000 from the marital estate in a real estate transaction in Tilton. Later, Youssef received $35,000 that he said was a loan from his father for the purchase of a Laconia property.
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