REP. ARTHUR J. O’NEILL, CHAIR
HON. JULIA L. AURIGEMMA
WILLIAM R. BREETZ
SEN. ERIC D. COLEMAN
PROFESSOR ANNE C. DAILEY
JON P. FITZGERALD
REP. DANIEL J. FOX
Connecticut General Assembly
CONNECTICUT LAW REVISION COMMISSION
c/o LEGISLATIVE COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE
LEGISLATIVE OFFICE BUILDING
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT 06106-1591
SEN. JOHN A. KISSEL
REP. ROSA REBIMBAS
JOEL I. RUDIKOFF
In a presentation by Gaetano Ferro a family lawyer - "Still others, including this author, have suggested that determining a rationale for alimony is less important than is making it predictable and consistent. Alimony guidelines would assist in predictability and consistency."
A shocking exposé* of the inner workings of the $50 billion a year U.S. family law industry, Divorce Corp shines a bright light on the appalling waste, and shameless collusive practices seen daily in family courts. It is a stunning documentary film that anyone considering marriage or divorce must see.
They also have a youtube channel with many more previews to the upcoming movie.
Four plaintiffs have filed a complaint challenging the constitutionality of Connecticut's alimony laws on the grounds that they affect a "fundamental liberty interest in ending a marriage and in remarrying."
Most divorce cases are nothing like Kaiser and Zilkha's case in terms of length and the volume of paperwork, said Carolyn Wilkes Kaas, an associate law professor at Quinnipiac University in Hamden. But such acrimony, unfortunately, is not unheard of, she said. Read more:
An incredibly shameful statement particularly when made by the president-elect of the Connecticut Bar Association and the former disciplinary counsel for Connecticut.
We would have expected him to Do IT Better.
A Lawyer Can Do It Better
By Mark Dubois
Mark Dubois, the former chief disciplinary counsel for Connecticut, is now an attorney at the New London firm of Geraghty & Bonnano. Dubois is president-elect of the Connecticut Bar Association, but his opinions are reflect only his views and not those of the CBA.