Normally for there to be a contract there must be an offer, acceptance, and consideration. Consideration is something "bargained for" - the thing that is exchanged. If there is no consideration then there is no valid contract.
Additionally, when the courts look at oral contracts, they look to see the intent of the parties - i,e whether the partyies intended any contingencies. For relationship issues, normally the court will presume that the arrangement is contingent upon the relationship remaining in effect- often times the court will seek one partner pay for the cell phone/rent/car bills of the other party; in those situations the court typically presumes that absent evidence to the contrary, the obligation ends when the relationship ends.
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