Quindazzi v. Quindazzi

In Quindazzi v. Quindazzi, 56 Conn. App. 336, 338, 742 A.2d 838 (2000), the Court concluded that the trial court improperly had ordered a party to a dissolution action to maintain life insurance for his children because "there was no evidence that the defendant had a life insurance policy at the time of the dissolution, nor was there any evidence of his insurability or the cost of the insurance as of that time." Id.