A gross breach of promise and breach of a verbal contract

This is not to do with marriage or engagement but is actually to do with the promise that my father gave to Rosanna insofar that as I did not have any capital, my father promised Rosanna that “the family would ensure that they were well catered for if we divorced”. This was said in my presence.

Now a promise of this sort is actually a verbal contract, which has been broken.

As my father reneged on this contract, I would be prepared to support Rosanna in her endeavour to get a better house for her and her boys, on the strict proviso that the money that I paid to her is taken into account.

This thought has been triggered by the comment left by Beverly.

https://davidhender.life/2018/12/04/berwin-leighton-are-forcing-me-to-break-the-law/#comments

To be honest, I do not remember her at all but she said some very kind words about me. She recognised me for what I am, someone who cares about others as much as I care abut myself, sometimes much more, as I have proved in the past.

Maybe this is worth pursuing. 

Published by David Hender (copyright owner- all rights reserved)

If you want to know me, you first need to understand where I have been and where I am going

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