Sablosky v. Sablosky

In Sablosky v. Sablosky, 258 Conn. 713, 784 A.2d 890, 892-93 (Conn. 2001) the Connecticut Supreme Court found the defendant to be in contempt for failing to pay a portion of his children's college tuition even though the phrase "undergraduate college student" was ambiguous. The court concluded that "an ambiguity in the terms of a judgment does not, as a matter of law, preclude a finding of contempt for the wilful failure to comply with the judgment." Id.