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Iocovozzi v. Iocovozzi

Supreme Court of New York, Fourth Department

June 7, 2013

VINCENT D. IOCOVOZZI, PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT,
v.
BONNETTE IOCOVOZZI, DEFENDANT-RESPONDENT.

Appeal from an order and judgment (one paper) of the Supreme Court, Herkimer County (Erin P. Gall, J.), dated August 10, 2012. The order and judgment granted the motion of defendant for a judgment determining that the parties' prenuptial agreement was void.

AUDREY BARON DUNNING, ILION, FOR PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT.

LEVITT & GORDON, ESQS., NEW HARTFORD (DEAN L. GORDON OF COUNSEL), FOR DEFENDANT-RESPONDENT.

PRESENT: SMITH, J.P., FAHEY, CARNI, SCONIERS, AND WHALEN, JJ.

It is hereby ORDERED that the order and judgment so appealed from is unanimously affirmed without costs.

Memorandum: Plaintiff appeals from an order and judgment granting defendant's motion for summary judgment determining that the parties' prenuptial agreement (agreement) was void, based on the allegation in defendant's first affirmative defense that the agreement was unenforceable due to plaintiff's failure to provide her with relocation expenses pursuant to the terms of the agreement. Contrary to plaintiff's contentions, the demand by defendant for relocation expenses was not defective, notwithstanding a typographical error in the demand letter, nor did the demand fail to comply with the procedures outlined in the agreement. The demand letter was sent to plaintiff's attorney, and it contained sufficient information to put plaintiff on notice of defendant's demand. Plaintiff's further contention that defendant's demand was untimely is raised for the first time on appeal and is thus not properly before this Court (see Ciesinski v Town of Aurora, 202 A.D.2d 984, 985). Finally, we reject plaintiff's contention that the court erred in voiding the agreement in its entirety based on his breach of one provision, i.e., the provision concerning relocation expenses. Inasmuch as plaintiff ...


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