State/Prov.  : Connecticut

Case name    : Reville v. Reville

Case #          : 312 Conn. 428

Court             : Connecticut Supreme Court

Reviewed by : Laura W. Morgan

Main issue     : Property Settlement Agreement

Vague, general references in husband’s employer’s partnership agreement to retired partners’ receipt of “payments” or “participation in net profits,” or the single word “pension,” in a schedule attached to some of the many drafts of the parties’ separation agreement, were insufficient to constitute full and frank disclosure of husband’s pension and all of its relevant attributes.

Laura W. Morgan is the owner and operator at Family Law Consulting in Charlottesville, Virginia.Laura is available for consultation, brief writing and research on family law issues throughout the country. She can be reached through her website.