Lawsuit: FMP's mistake cost Spiezio $425,000
Former baseball star sues financial management agency over money lost in divorce
A local baseball star is taking a legal swing at a financial management agency that apparently mishandled his money.
Scott Spiezio, a former professional baseball player and a native of Morris, filed a three-count civil lawsuit Friday, Dec. 28, in Grundy County Circuit Court against Financial Management Partners Corporation, also known as FMP. The suit accuses FMP of a “mistake” that cost Spiezio approximately $425,000 in the settlement for his second divorce.
“They had a responsibility to manage his money wisely and make his money grow,” said Morris attorney Randy Gordon, who is representing Spiezio in the lawsuit. “Through their actions, they caused him to lose money he should not have lost.”
If you have any technical difficulties, either with your username and password or with the payment options, please contact us by e-mail at email@example.com