No End In Sight For Decade-Long Conn. Divorce Case

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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It's a divorce and child visitation case that already has produced nearly 600 motions and rulings and evidence of insider trading that brought down a multibillion-dollar hedge fund.

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What's being said

  • marriage scam

    love, family, and support are illusions. in most cases what a woman wants is a slave and his assets. marriage is a contract of slavery for men with severe consequences if he doesn't obey.

  • BillBoy Baggins

    The court IS biased against fathers, and that supervised visitation is a racket, is not surprising, either.

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