Jan 20, 2014
Multimillionaire Wisconsin businessman Michael Eisenga wants to cut his child support payments. So he decided to change the law.
Eisenga and his lawyer wrote line-by-line instructions to the staff of a Wisconsin State Representative, to whom he’s given thousands of dollars, to write a law capping the amount of income used to calculate child support at $150,000. In 2010, Eisenga made $1.2 million, so the new law would allow him to pay a tiny percentage of his income to support his kids.
You’re not safe from these guys’ greed, even if one of them is your father!