Azia v. DiLascia
In Azia v. DiLascia, 64 Conn. App. 540, 780 A.2d 992, cert. denied, 258 Conn. 914, 782 A.2d 1241 (2001), the defendant claimed that the court improperly failed to consider the Ireland factors in deciding which parent should have primary physical custody of the parties' child at the time of dissolution.
The Court concluded that the trial court in fact had applied all of the Ireland requirements in reaching its custody decision, and thus we "assumed, without deciding, that such application was proper." 64 Conn. App. at 551.