Dear Counsel, My name is Ms LYNDA W. CHENG. I was married to my ex husband RANDY LEE CHENG (who lives in your jurisdiction). In September2009, We mutually agreed under a Collaborative Participation Law Agreement to go our separate ways. RANDY had agreed to pay me $650,000.00 under terms of the agreement so that I can settle down and to his credit; he has paid me $100,000.00 but with an outstanding balance of $550,000.00.I am hereby seeking your legal assistance in collecting the balance or helping me enforce the agreement, and have him honor the agreement inentirety. I will be providing further information upon your request. I believe that one of the reasons he has refused to pay is because I have re-married. I understand that been remarried does not automatically void the agreement. Prior to our separation due to irreconcilable differences, we were married for 22yrs of which by his instruction, I was a full time house wife to carter for our child. Please get back to me if this is a case you can undertake. Let me know if you require consultation fee before you advice or look at the evidence, I am hereby seeking your firm to assist in collecting the balance from him. He has agreed already to pay me the balance but it is my belief that a Law firm like yours is needed to help me collect payment from my ex-husband or litigate this matter if he fails to pay as promised. Sincerely, LYNDA W. CHENG FLOOR, 2-12-23 MINAMI AZABU MINATO-KU,TOKYO JAPAN Tel: 81-3458-01740
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