Friday, November 14, 2014

Student wins suit to make parents pay for school

New Jersey – Another New Jersey kid has sued her parents to make them pay for school — and she’s won.
The parents of 21-year-old Caitlyn Ricci have been ordered to pay $16,000 for her tuition at Temple University, even though she hasn’t lived with them for two years and doesn’t talk to them, according to
A judge cited a 1982 landmark case, in which the state Supreme Court ruled divorced parents are responsible for providing for their child’s education.
The parents say it’s unfair, since the Washington Town­­ship student has moved out of her mom’s home and in with her grandma, who funded her suit.  More

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