Ky Published Opinion - Agreement to Pay for Parochial School

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CAGATA V. CAGATA

Husband and wife entered into an agreement at the time of dissolution, as part of a Marital Settlement Agreement, providing Husband would pay the costs of the children’s tuition, books, fees and uniforms for parochial high school, unless extraordinary financial circumstances prevented him from paying for it. The Trial Court found the agreement was unambiguous, there were no extraordinary financial circumstances, and ordered Husband to pay the cost of parochial high school. The Appellate Court affirmed the Trial Court, holding the agreement was an enforceable contract and Husband failed to show an extraordinary financial circumstances.

Digested by Elizabeth Howell

 

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