Porter v. Porter

In Porter v. Porter, 61 Conn. App. 791, 805, 769 A.2d 725 (2001), the Court stated that: "the life insurance . . . was in existence at the time of the judgment. Through his financial affidavit, the defendant represented to the court that he had two existing life insurance policies. The court ordered that the defendant maintain one such policy for the benefit of the children. It changed neither the value nor any other condition of the life insurance that would affect its availability to the defendant. Under those circumstances, we conclude that the court had available to it all of the information necessary to craft an appropriate order regarding the life insurance." Id.