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So this was a deal you made and when you signed the waiver, did not include that language?
Thank you for the reply. I just needed to clarify everything. If they waiver had no conditions, then you still can go after him but the burden would be on your now, to prove what this verbal agreement was. This should have been stated within or reduced to writing, to avoid this entire situation but if and when you go after him, he can lie and say that he never agreed to pay for their college. If he does that, then it will be up to the Judge to decide who to believe, based upon the evidence presented. Of course, waiving $80,000 in arrears does not just happen unless there is a reason for it, so the Judge may give more weight to your testimony, since there would have likely needed to be a benefit conveyed, for this to happen.