The appeals court over Broward County family court cases reversed a judgment that voided a post-nuptial agreement between the former spouses.  After nearly two decades of marriage, the couple in 1996 entered in a post-nuptial agreement.  Seven years later, they separated and filed for divorce, but ended up reconciling.  When a couple has a marital settlement agreement, unless it states otherwise, it is voided if the parties later reconcile.  In this case, the 1996 post-nuptial agreement was not made in contemplation of divorce like a marital settlement agreement, so subsequent reconciliation did nothing to change the agreement.

The case was Stephanos v. Stephanos, and the Florida appellate opinion can be found here.