The trial court?s finding that the plaintiff had the ability to pay his child support and alimony obligations was not clearly erroneous and, therefore, the determination that the plaintiff willfully failed to comply with the court?s orders to pay alimony and child support was not an abuse of discretion.
Larson v. Larson
Connecticut Appellate Court
October 1, 2012
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