Court Rules On How Fees May Be Pursued in Divorce Cases

Ruling sets specific parameters for AMCs' recovery of attorney fees

A Connecticut Supreme Court decision is being heralded as a victory for those who favor limiting the legal fees paid to attorneys who represent children in contested divorce and custody cases.

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Originally appeared in print as Court Restricts Payments to Attorneys in Divorce Cases

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