2023 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 46b - Family Law
Chapter 815j - Dissolution of Marriage, Legal Separation and Annulment

*Annotations to former chapters 810 and 811:

Cited. 168 C. 579.

Person not a party to divorce proceedings may not collaterally attack divorce decree unless he had legally protected interest adversely affected by decree. 23 CS 275. In absence of divorce, husband has primary obligation of paying for support, medical care and burial of wife, and person advancing money for those purposes can recover from husband; such person has legally protected interest adversely affected by purported divorce decree and may attack its validity. Id., 306. Superior Court, having obtained jurisdiction over the custody of minor children in a dissolution of marriage action, retains jurisdiction over their custody even though one parent subsequently dies. 31 CS 188. State's public policy re permissible grounds for divorce in recognizing foreign decrees evaluated as of date of Connecticut hearing, hence irretrievable breakdown allowable. Id., 344. Cited. 32 CS 92; 33 CS 44.

Annotations to present chapter:

Cited. 185 C. 156; 188 C. 385; 241 C. 767.

Cited. 5 CA 95; 20 CA 500; 22 CA 337; 26 CA 737.

PART I GENERAL PROVISIONS PART II* ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN MATRIMONIAL JUDGMENTS *Enforcement of child support arrearage judgment, res judicata and special appearance to contest jurisdiction discussed. 191 C. 92. Cited. 203 C. 380.

Cited. 1 CA 578; 30 CA 821; 33 CA 417.

Cited. 41 CS 429.

*Cited. 20 CA 500; 26 CA 737.
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