Favrow v. Vargas
In Favrow v. Vargas, 231 Conn. 1, 25, 647 A.2d 731 (1994), the Court went a step further and held that "a trial court, in deciding that the application of the guidelines would be inequitable or inappropriate in a particular case . . . must first determine on the record the amount of support indicated by the guidelines schedule."
The plaintiff, as legal guardian of the two children in that case, sought an order of child support. There was no agreement of nonmodifiability, nor any agreement to pay more than the child support guidelines required, nor any agreement as to the amount required by the guidelines.