Monthly Archives: September 2015

Judicial Attire: Black Is the New Black – Florida Supreme Court Emphasizes Solemnity of Judicial Office

By Robin Bresky |

In Re: Amendments to The Florida Rules of Judicial Administration – New Rule 2.340, Case No. SC15-497 (Fla. Sept. 10, 2015) Have you ever wondered why judges and justices wear robes, especially black robes? The tradition of wearing judicial robes dates back to the judges of the King’s Bench in 15th century England. Some… Read More »

Broad Language of Waiver in Prenuptial Agreement Is Sufficient to Waive a Spouse’s Claim to Assets Acquired – See more at: /notable-cases/#sthash.ImR5ceC1.dpuf

By Robin Bresky |

Florida Supreme Court Approves Fourth DCA Decision That Broad Language of Waiver in Prenuptial Agreement is Sufficient to Waive a Spouse’s Claim to Assets Acquired or Enhancement in Value Hahamovitch v. Hahamovitch, SC14-277 (Fla. Sept. 10, 2015). The Florida Supreme Court recently approved of a Fourth DCA decision holding that broad language of waiver… Read More »