According to the Supreme Court of Florida’s Oral Argument Press Summary of last week, in the case of Hahamovitch v. Hahamovitch, the following matter will be heard:
Before they wed, Dianne and Harry Hahamovitch signed a premarital agreement; when they divorced, they disagreed as to the meaning of the agreement. The trial court agreed with the former husband; the Fourth District Court of Appeal upheld the trial court but certified a question of great public importance for this Court’s review concerning the scope of agreements such as the one signed by the Hahamovitches.
Oral arguments are set to begin at 9:10am and can be viewed at http://wfsu.org/gavel2gavel/live.php.
Oral Argument in our case of Hahamovitch v. Hahamovitch at the Supreme Court of Florida in Tallahassee, next Thursday, March 5, 2015. Complicated and fascinating legal issues regarding validity and interpretation of prenuptial agreements to be adjudicated. Stay tuned for updates!
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