"[D]issipation in the marital dissolution context  requires at a minimum  financial misconduct involving marital assets, such as intentional waste or a selfish financial impropriety, coupled with a purpose unrelated to the marriage," pursuant to Gershman v. Gershman, a 2008 decision of the Connecticut Supreme Court.
Croxall v. Croxall
October 1, 2012
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