C.B. v. S.B., 211 Conn. App. 628 (2022) (inadequately briefed)
Officially released April 5, 2022
Husband appealed the judgment of dissolution claiming that the trial court abused its discretion by (1) finding that his net weekly income was $489, (2) declining to accept his proposed parenting schedule and (3) refusing to deviate from the child support guidelines to accommodate his existing financial obligations.
The Appellate Court determined that Husband failed to adequately brief his claims on appeal. Notwithstanding liberally construing the rules for the self-represented litigant, Husband’s brief provided no statement of facts, minimal relevant citation to the record, almost no citation to applicable legal authorities, a single page summary of argument providing no meaningful analysis, and it was conclusory, confusing, and disorganized.
The judgment was affirmed.