Prenuptial Agreements: A Question of Great Public Importance is Headed to the Florida Supreme Court

May 28, 2014

The Fourth District Court of Appeal (“Fourth DCA”) recently held that a wife of 20 years explicitly waived her claim to assets titled solely in the husband’s name at the time of the divorce, even if these assets were acquired during the marriage due to the parties’ marital efforts or appreciated in value during the marriage due to the parties’ marital efforts. The Fourth DCA came to this conclusion after reviwing the language in the couple’s prenuptial agreement. The Fourth DCA certified a conflict with other districts and certified a question of great public importance to be reviewed by the Florida Supreme Court. For more information, click the link below.
 
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