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June 29, 2010

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I wish it were possible to do this years ago. My children's father said he would pay (the eldest was completing her first year in college) and listed as expenses the amount he claimed for the next three years. The court was impressed and awarded next to nothing for the 2 minor children and their non-working (full time student) mother.

He didn't pay another dollar. Not even a birthday gift. Instead he used this savings to buy a condo.

where's the consideration in this contract? The article fails to mention why the Judge found an enforceable contract to begin with. From what I can tell, this is nothing more than a gift promise in writing.

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