Lane v. Lane

In Lane v. Lane, 187 Conn. 144, 146, 444 A.2d 1377 (1982), the Court rejected an equal protection claim that was based on the alleged refusal of the trial court to consider the husband's contributions to the support of the family rather than only the wife's contributions. The court rejected this argument, stating "that the trial court considered all relevant factors. The court was not required to recite all of them . . . or make specific findings concerning each." Id.