So sorry you had to wait so long on this!! A short and simple answer is that you can make this as simple as you like:
"I'll write the verbs which (that*) have ..."
*Just to mention, either "which" or "that" is ok in this situation, but it's more common and increasingly preferred to use "that".
But about your main question: In a complex sentence, you can delete "for you", just like I wrote it above. If you try to use "for you" in a sentence with multiple phrases, it's a little awkard. But if you really want to be clear, I would say "I'll write you the verbs that have ...."
This was a very good question regarding a very specific point
Sorry that I don't have time to explain more about your other post, but I have an appointment and I have to leave for little while. If you need more, or if you have any other questions, I'll be back in a few hours