Dissolution of marriage — Marital settlement agreement — Indemnity — Hold harmless agreement in marital settlement agreement is a form of an indemnification agreement, and family court erroneously misinterpreted hold harmless provision as a prevailing party attorney’s fee provision — Duty to indemnify is enforceable regardless of whether indemnitee prevails — Hold harmless agreement required husband to indemnify wife for her expenditures in defending her alimony and attorney’s fees award in separate litigation seeking to satisfy husband’s personal debt
45 Fla. L. Weekly D503a
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