Fidelity

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    If my wife wants me to sign a document stating that if i cheat again ill give her 80% of my income and have it notarized, is it a binding contract?


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    It sounds like you are signing under duress, not because you are an innocent, standup, guy.

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    A legally binding consideration requires mutual consideration. It doesn't appear that your wife is giving up any consideration thus making it an invalid contract.
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