In re Doe –Final Decree of Divorce Page 10
damages resulting from the claim or demand.
Damages, as used in this provision, includes any reasonable loss, cost, expense, penalty,
and other damage, including without limitation attorney’s fees and other costs and expenses
reasonably and necessarily incurred in enforcing this indemnity.
IT IS ORDERED that the indemnifying party will reimburse the indemnified party, on
demand, for any payment made by the indemnified party at any time after the entry of the
divorce decree to satisfy any judgment of any court of competent jurisdiction or in accordance
with a bona fide compromise or settlement of claims, demands, or actions for any damages to
which this indemnity relates.
The parties agree and IT IS ORDERED that each party will give the other party prompt
written notice of any litigation threatened or instituted against either party that might constitute a
basis of a claim for indemnity.
18. CLARIFYING ORDERS
Without affecting the finality of this Final Decree of Divorce, this Court expressly
reserves the right to make orders necessary to clarify and enforce this decree.
19. RELIEF NOT GRANTED
IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that all relief requested in this case and not expressly
granted is denied. This is a final judgment, for which let execution and all writs and processes
necessary to enforce this judgment issue. This judgment finally disposes of all claims and all
parties and is appealable.
20. DATE OF JUDGMENT
Signed on the ____ day of May, 2011.