Madigan v. Madigan
In Madigan v. Madigan, 224 Conn. 749, 757, 620 A.2d 1276 (1993), the plaintiff asked for joint custody of two of the parties' minor children, with each parent having the children for three day periods. Id., 751-52. The defendant asked for sole custody, with visitation rights for the plaintiff. Id. at 752.
The trial court ordered joint custody, the children's primary residence to be with the defendant, and visitation rights for the plaintiff. Id.
The Court subsequently determined that the trial court's "temporary custody orders" were immediately appealable. Id. at 757.