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Family Law Appellate Court Opinion

by Booth, George


AC44080 - Buehler v. Buehler (Dissolution of marriage; claim that trial court misconstrued statute ((Rev. to 2015) § 46b-56c (d)) in ordering plaintiff to pay portion of his child's postsecondary education expenses despite his lack of participation in or agreement on which educational institution child attended; "On appeal, the plaintiff claims that the court (1) misconstrued and misapplied § 46b-56c (d) when it entered the support order, (2) improperly predicated the support order on factual findings made by the dissolution court with respect to the breakdown of the parties' marriage, (3) improperly considered the nature of the plaintiff's relationship with the parties' eldest daughter, Hannah, and (4) erroneously found that the defendant attempted to include him in Hannah's college selection process. We affirm the judgment of the trial court.")