Child support for estranged adult children

By Andrew Feldstein

The parties were married for 15 years and had two children. This motion concerned the younger child, an 18-year-old university student. At the age of 13, she made it known that she did not want to have contact with her father. In spite of this, the father made efforts throughout the years to rekindle their relationship with no success. As a result, the father brought a motion to change seeking to end child support for the youngest child on the basis that she had rejected any relationship with him. The motion was dismissed. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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