Ferri v. Ferri 2014 WL 7638030 (Conn. Super., August 12, 2014)
BRODER & ORLAND LLC represented Husband in dissolution trial wherein Wife’s potential property distribution, after the expiration of all related appeals, is limited to approximately $12MM over 4 years, despite Husband having been the beneficiary of a trust that the Wife claimed was valued at $200MM – $250MM dollars. Additionally, alimony will end upon the first property distribution payment to the Wife.
Wilson v. Wilson 2014 WL 7156650 (Conn. Super., November 10, 2014)
BRODER & ORLAND LLC represented Father in post-judgment relocation trial wherein Mother was denied her request to move child to California where her new husband is employed in the financial industry.
Dan v. Dan 315 Conn. 1 (2014)
Landmark Supreme Court decision holding that the modification of an alimony award typically is not justified where the only substantial change in circumstances after the divorce is an increase in the alimony payor’s income and where the alimony award continues to meet the original purpose for which it was made. BRODER & ORLAND LLC represented the alimony payor, who was ultimately successful on appeal, in the post-judgment modification trial.
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