A New York appellate panel has thrown out an equitable-distribution award, holding that the husband’s consistent firing of attorneys and failure to appear influenced the trial court to make a distribution extremely favorable to his wife that was not justified in the record.

The court, however, conditioned its vacatur of the award on the retention by the husband, who lives in Singapore, of a New York attorney to counsel him for further proceedings.

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