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Sricharoenta v. Ardizzone

Superior Court of Connecticut, Judicial District of New Haven, New Haven

November 20, 2017

Chuthaphorn Sricharoenta
v.
Frank J. Ardizzone, III

          MEMORANDUM OF DECISION

          James G. Kenefick, Judge Trial Referee.

         Following a contested hearing on August 14, 2017, October 10, 2017 and October 13, 2017, the court has carefully considered the testimony of the parties and witnesses including the Guardian ad Litems for the minor child, the documents filed at the hearing, the exhibits entered in evidence, the Financial Affidavits of the parties, the proposed orders by the parties and the Guardian ad Litems, the court file, the best interest of the minor child and the statutory criteria and case law regarding the following pending motions for contempt, modification and orders:

1) Plaintiff's Motion #159 to Modify Physical Custody and Child Support;
2) Defendant's Motion #160 for Modification Postjudgment regarding existing Parenting Plan;
3) Plaintiff's Motion #164/165 for Modification of Child Support and Custody;
4) Plaintiff's Motion #182 for Contempt--Postjudgment regarding father's failure to pay child support;
5) Plaintiff's Motion #184 for Order Re Payment of Summer Camp;
6) Defendant's Motion #190 for Modification--Postjudgment of Defendant's obligation to pay child support; and
7) Plaintiff's Motion #200 for Counsel Fees and now makes the following findings before entering its orders.

         By Way of Findings

         1. The parties were married on 10/10/2005 in Thailand. They have one minor child, Salvatore M. Ardizzone, Born 5/8/2005, who is now 12 years old. The parties were divorced on 3/23/2010.

         2. Pursuant to their Agreement at the time of the Final Judgment on 3/23/2010, the father's parenting time was Wednesday after school until 7:00 p.m., every other weekend from Friday to Sunday and an extensive holiday schedule.

         3. By Agreement of June 20, 2013 (Pleading #129), the minor child was with the father every week from Monday after school until Friday at 8:00 p.m. The minor child would then be with the mother all other times. The mother also would have additional time with the minor child during the summer as agreed upon.

         4. By Agreement of the parties on October 1, 2015 (Pleading #147/148), the prior custody and parental access schedule remained in full force and effect except the mother would have the minor child overnight on Wednesday. There also was an issue regarding father's use of alcohol and he agreed to ...


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