Judge: Parents Must Pay Tuition for Estranged Daughter

November 14, 2014

A judge in New Jersey has ordered the parents of a 21-year-old woman to pay $16,000 toward her college costs this year, ABC 6 News reported. The parents are estranged from their daughter and don't want to pay for her costs at Temple University, where she is charged out-of-state rates. But the judge said that they were responsible, even though their daughter is a legal adult.


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