4DCA: Ambiguity in a Marital Settlement Agreement

Appealing the judge’s order granting the former husband’s motion to enforce the parties’ marital settlement agreement (“MSA”), the Fourth District reversed and held that the MSA was ambiguous as to whether the provision applied to the first six months after the dissolution judgment’s entry, or to any six consecutive months after the dissolution judgment’s entry. Reversed and remanded to the judge to consider the parties’ extrinsic evidence as to which six consecutive months the MSA provision was to be applied.

Wohlberg v. Conner, 4D17-390 (Fla. 4th DCA Jan. 10, 2018)

https://edca.4dca.org/DCADocs/2017/0390/170390_1709_01102018_09345392_i.pdf

Palm Beach Co.

Valarie Linnen, Esq. Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Appeals
Postconviction Relief
PO Box 330339, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
PO Box 200, Chippewa Lake, MI 49320
888.608.8814
vlinnen@live.com
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