Courts Can Order Payment of College Expenses Even Though the Child Has Reached Majority.
At one time, majority was reached at age 21. When it was reduced by law to age 18, a new problem was presented: Could the court order a parent to pay for his or her children's college expenses as child support, despite the fact that they would be over 18 when the payments were made? In most states, that question has been answered in the affirmative - if the parent has sufficient resources - although the courts are not required to make such orders.
was there an agreement to provide support for college filed with the courts? if you are not financially able to pay the college expenses , no they cannot make you. They do not court order married custodial parents to pay college if they are where they are able to or not. I do not think they can force you to, or kids all over would be suing parents for financial payment for college.
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What a joke!! Not yet anyway.. Who knows what will happen when Hillary Clinton becomes president
your best Bet is to ask A Lawyer Or judge That Question in NJ, To make sure it's Right With the law there that is where you can't go wrong, Because you mite take some one's Advive That May think They Know you you wind up in Deep truble Because of it.......Someone that has a job in that area
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