New York's Carnegie Deli is a famous institution, well-known for tasty lunchtime fare that New Yorkers have enjoyed for years. More recently, though, the deli has been in the news for a family law dispute between the owners of the Midtown eatery.
After over two decades of marriage, the owners of the Carnegie Deli are now going through a high asset divorce. Previously, the judge in their case had ordered the wife to pay her currently estranged husband more than $11,000 per month in maintenance. In any high asset divorce, it's not unusual to encounter a dispute over alimony or spousal maintenance, and this case is no different. The wife had motioned for the judge to throw out that order but he has since refused.