Dissolution of marriage — Attorney’s fees — Where marital settlement agreement included a “defaulting party” provision for fee-shifting in post-judgment proceedings, trial court did not abuse discretion in awarding former husband attorney’s fees and costs incurred in connection with former wife’s numerous unsuccessful post-judgment claims and motions — Fact that some of former wife’s claims were termed “frivolous” or “vexatious” in final order does not transform it into an order awarding statutory or common law sanctions
44 Fla. L. Weekly D2341a
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