a reply to: FlyersFan
This baffles me. I'd like to get a copy of the court transcripts
and depositions, I sense there's more to the story that's
not being reported for sensationalism.
For example, if the parents are keeping a trust fund
for their daughter (such as money she inherited) then
yes, she can sue them for not allowing her access to
If there really isn't any more to the story, this not only puzzles me,
but its dangerous because the courts can set a precedent that
would open the doors to other lawsuits.
In fact, Court precedents have a lot to do with the law
(According to my attorney)
I think the parents should appeal so the lower
court precedent is over turned.
Otherwise, every young adult in the country will feel
entitled to a college education paid by their parents
and parents will feel legally obligated to.
The courts are only supposed to interpret laws
not establish laws.
This really disturbed me, will probably look into it
further but there's so many other things going on