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I made a verbal agreement with my ex regarding the financial

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I made a verbal agreement with my ex regarding the financial split of assets and liabilities after I found out about her affair and we had separated. Presuming I am willing to admit to having done this and the terms discussed, is this now legally enforceable or do I have the right to change this? No legal advice had been sought at the point of making this.

Thank you for your question.

A verbal agreement is not binding and in the absence of legal advice could not be said to be fair and reasonable.

You have the right to take legal advice and change your proposals if you seek to do so.

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