Supreme Court Year In Review

Supreme Court Family Law: Making A Change In An Unmodifiable Alimony Order

Court also takes aim at fraudulent nature of murderer's dissolution decree

Two family law cases decided by the Connecticut Supreme Court in the past year stood out from the rest. One of them yielded a new approach to the consideration of the enforceability of nonmodification of child support provisions. The other raised a novel issue concerning the interrelationship of the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act and dissolution of marriage judgments.

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