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2014-03-04 01:38:02 PM
Both sides will be in court Tuesday. Rachel Canning wants the court not to emancipate her, because under the law, a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially.

Wow.  What a little biatch.  Let girlfriend's butinski father pay for college, you self-entitled monster.

I was wondering why emancipation even entered the picture.   This would appear to explain that.
 
2014-03-04 01:39:25 PM
Hmm...I'm calling bullshiat early on this one.  I'm willing to put my chip on the idea that both sides are full of shiat and the truth is somewhere in the middle.

$20 the rest of the family are a pact of religious fundies.
 
2014-03-04 01:46:58 PM
"Both sides will be in court Tuesday. Rachel Canning wants the court not to emancipate her, because under the law, a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially. "

WELL
We could start by not calling an 18 year old a child.
Call them adults, toss the case out, laugh at the distraught parents who think they can control who their daughter dates.
 
2014-03-04 01:48:49 PM
Both sides will be in court Tuesday. Rachel Canning wants the court not to emancipate her, because under the law, a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially.

Um. Bullshiat. You're 18 years old. You aren't a child.

Rachel also said every piece of financial paperwork she fills out asks her that question and shows she clearly doesn't have the means to support herself.


If you're filling out financial aid paperwork for college, you are using your parents information. If your parents won't fill out the forms, you are just right farked.

Now, if she said "My dad refuses to complete the FAFSA", I'd feel bad for her but legally, she's farked. I have had dozens of students over the years tell me that their parents won't complete the FAFSA, for all sorts of reasons. In some cases, it was a ploy to get more financial aid. In some cases, the parents withdrew financial support because they didn't like the kid's major/grades/boyfriend/attitude etc.

In some cases, the parents were just simply dickbags. Even then- there isn't a whole lot you can do.

Inglesino said he has spent more than $12,000 on the lawsuit because he wants Rachel to have a great future.


Oh. he's farking her.
 
2014-03-04 01:49:28 PM

faultytower: Hmm...I'm calling bullshiat early on this one.  I'm willing to put my chip on the idea that both sides are full of shiat and the truth is somewhere in the middle.

$20 the rest of the family are a pact of religious fundies.


Oh, I suppose it's possible.  But my gut tells me this has everything to do with the kid and attorney John Inglesino.

Time will potentially tell.
 
2014-03-04 01:49:58 PM

namatad: Call them adults, toss the case out, laugh at the distraught parents who think they can control who their daughter dates.


But then can. If she wants their money, they absolutely can control who she dates. She wants to take their money, but not their rules.

Doesn't work that way.
 
2014-03-04 01:50:59 PM
She's 18. F*ck you entitled b*tch, you're on your own.
 
2014-03-04 01:53:50 PM
F*ck you little twatwaffle. Dems da rules. Follow dem if yous wants da money.
 
2014-03-04 01:54:59 PM

Diogenes: Both sides will be in court Tuesday. Rachel Canning wants the court not to emancipate her, because under the law, a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially.

Wow.  What a little biatch.  Let girlfriend's butinski father pay for college, you self-entitled monster.

I was wondering why emancipation even entered the picture.   This would appear to explain that.


Thanks.  I too was wondering why emancipation wasn't a little late for an 18-year-old.
 
2014-03-04 01:57:32 PM
Sean Canning said Inglesino is just butting in where he shouldn't and is influencing Rachel inappropriately.

Yes. I bet he is.
 
2014-03-04 01:58:42 PM

Diogenes: Oh, I suppose it's possible.  But my gut tells me this has everything to do with the kid and attorney John Inglesino.

Time will potentially tell.



My other gut option is she's sleeping with the other dad, either way we'll see this all repeated in a Lifetime movie within a year.
 
2014-03-04 02:01:11 PM

faultytower: Diogenes: Oh, I suppose it's possible.  But my gut tells me this has everything to do with the kid and attorney John Inglesino.

Time will potentially tell.


My other gut option is she's sleeping with the other dad, either way we'll see this all repeated in a Lifetime movie within a year.


Either that or he's looking for a little publicity and found himself in a convenient situation.
 
2014-03-04 02:02:41 PM

faultytower: Diogenes: Oh, I suppose it's possible.  But my gut tells me this has everything to do with the kid and attorney John Inglesino.

Time will potentially tell.


My other gut option is she's sleeping with the other dad, either way we'll see this all repeated in a Lifetime movie within a year.


Yeah, I was thinking that too. No guy spends that much money on an 18-year-old girl not related to him unless he's f*cking her or is trying to f*ck her.
 
2014-03-04 02:03:14 PM
Hmmm...sounds like a mob lawyer to me.
 
2014-03-04 02:21:41 PM
However the  kid  ended up living  outside the house there is precious little she can do. No IF her parents were divorced the parent responsible for support, under new Jersey state law, MUST PAY CHILD SUPPORT UNTIL THE  CHILD FINISHES COLLEGE! -- Too bad your parents are still together toots!
 
2014-03-04 02:26:10 PM

Diogenes: I was wondering why emancipation even entered the picture. This would appear to explain that.


Huh. I arrested a kid in Massachusetts years ago (70 in a 25 - through a stop sign). He claimed to be emancipated when I called for an unmarked car to come pick him up (SOP for minors at the time). I said fine (checked and he was listed as such), let's go then. Later during booking he tried to play the "I'm underage" card. "Sorry, bro. If you want to be an adult you are going to be treated as such." He was a dick on top of all that.
 
2014-03-04 02:27:51 PM

Walker: Yeah, I was thinking that too. No guy spends that much money on an 18-year-old girl not related to him unless he's f*cking her or is trying to f*ck her.


Not a hard stretch considering he's a lawyer in the first place.
 
2014-03-04 02:32:27 PM

what_now: namatad: Call them adults, toss the case out, laugh at the distraught parents who think they can control who their daughter dates.

But then can. If she wants their money, they absolutely can control who she dates. She wants to take their money, but not their rules.

Doesn't work that way.


Yes they have leverage. But that's it.
She can get a job and move in with the boyfriend and move on with her life.

I would love to see the follow up in a year or two.
Bet she is back home, etc etc etc.
 
2014-03-04 02:34:41 PM
That's gonna be an awkward Thanksgiving
 
2014-03-04 02:35:12 PM
"Inglesino is funding the lawsuit, telling CBS New York it is the only way the bright and focused teen will be able to go to a college appropriate for her to become a biomedical engineer. "


I guess it is possible, but how many attention whores ever finish college? let alone biomedical engineer?
 
2014-03-04 02:36:31 PM

scottydoesntknow: That's gonna be an awkward Thanksgiving


Meh, once my mom started calling my GFs stupid whores, I pretty much stopped going to family events.
Strange, my mom was upset when I did this. I cant for the life of me imagine why.
 
2014-03-04 02:40:52 PM

namatad: Meh, once my mom started calling my GFs stupid whores, I pretty much stopped going to family events.
Strange, my mom was upset when I did this. I cant for the life of me imagine why.


Yah. You know what they say- if you meet one stupid whore, she's a stupid whore. If all the girls around you are stupid whores, well, then....
 
2014-03-04 02:41:58 PM

namatad: scottydoesntknow: That's gonna be an awkward Thanksgiving

Meh, once my mom started calling my GFs stupid whores, I pretty much stopped going to family events.
Strange, my mom was upset when I did this. I cant for the life of me imagine why.


You should've just yelled at her "They learned it from you mom! They learned it by watching YOU!"
 
2014-03-04 02:42:01 PM
Let's get down to the important bits:  Can I, as a 45 year old, sue MY parents for not paying for my college?  If so, can I also for the interest on my student loans as damages?

God bless America!
 
2014-03-04 02:52:54 PM
DNRTFA, but I'm guessing she's a nice, radiant shade of orange.
 
2014-03-04 02:54:57 PM

Ennuipoet: Let's get down to the important bits:  Can I, as a 45 year old, sue MY parents for not paying for my college?  If so, can I also for the interest on my student loans as damages?

God bless America!


Anyone can sue anyone for anything at any time.

The questions are:
1) Will you find a lawyer willing to take your case
2) Will you case get thrown out of court
3) Will you win

A few years ago, a student threatened to sue me (personally) and the school I worked for because Congress ended the Direct Subsidized Loan on June 30th, and even though we sent him 15 emails saying "APPLY BEFORE  JUNE 30TH!!" he waited until August and then was shocked when his loan wasn't subsidized.

When we explained that CONGRESS ended his loan subsidy, and that we could not process a subsidized loan for him, he demanded a "scholarship" to make up for the interest he would have to pay on this loan for its lifetime. When we refused, he threatened to lawyer.

Now, his stupid whiny ass never followed up, but had he wanted to sue a major research university with a staff of lawyers for following federal law, he certainly could have. He would not have won.
 
2014-03-04 02:58:57 PM
asset-8.soup.io
 
2014-03-04 02:59:43 PM
So.... at 18 you are not a legal adult now?

"a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially. "

Key word: Child.

Which she is not, legally, anymore.

Unless I'm wrong of course.
 
2014-03-04 03:00:11 PM
No possible way to pay for college you say?  That pole aint gonna work itself, honey.
 
2014-03-04 03:00:36 PM
Let me guess.  The "friends" house that she is staying at is her boyfriends.  She is probably a catch and their son is probably a dumb jock and they will do anything to lock the relationship down.
 
2014-03-04 03:01:47 PM

what_now: Both sides will be in court Tuesday. Rachel Canning wants the court not to emancipate her, because under the law, a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially.

Um. Bullshiat. You're 18 years old. You aren't a child.

Rachel also said every piece of financial paperwork she fills out asks her that question and shows she clearly doesn't have the means to support herself.


If you're filling out financial aid paperwork for college, you are using your parents information. If your parents won't fill out the forms, you are just right farked.


Yeah that's what my parents did to me. Though they didn't tell me this was the plan until it was the last possible day to do anything about it. My dad was hiding from the IRS, that was the entire rationale.

Now, if she said "My dad refuses to complete the FAFSA", I'd feel bad for her but legally, she's farked. I have had dozens of students over the years tell me that their parents won't complete the FAFSA, for all sorts of reasons. In some cases, it was a ploy to get more financial aid. In some cases, the parents withdrew financial support because they didn't like the kid's major/grades/boyfriend/attitude etc.

In some cases, the parents were just simply dickbags. Even then- there isn't a whole lot you can do.

Inglesino said he has spent more than $12,000 on the lawsuit because he wants Rachel to have a great future.

Oh. he's farking her.


And yes, that much is clear. Else that 12k could have just went to schooling.
 
2014-03-04 03:02:16 PM

Funkyourdaughter: No possible way to pay for college you say?  That pole aint gonna work itself, honey.


There's a porn star (Belle Knox) currently attending Duke.
 
2014-03-04 03:03:30 PM
Vivid to offer her a porn role in 3... 2...
 
2014-03-04 03:04:48 PM

OregonVet: Diogenes: I was wondering why emancipation even entered the picture. This would appear to explain that.

Huh. I arrested a kid in Massachusetts years ago (70 in a 25 - through a stop sign). He claimed to be emancipated when I called for an unmarked car to come pick him up (SOP for minors at the time). I said fine (checked and he was listed as such), let's go then. Later during booking he tried to play the "I'm underage" card. "Sorry, bro. If you want to be an adult you are going to be treated as such." He was a dick on top of all that.


Can't say I'm surprised.  But I think your story has more to do with the kid being a dick than the vagaries of emancipation law/status.

Probably the same with the little princess FTFA.  Both want to have their cake and eat it, too.
 
2014-03-04 03:05:22 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: So.... at 18 you are not a legal adult now?

"a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially. "

Key word: Child.

Which she is not, legally, anymore.

Unless I'm wrong of course.


I think Obamacare made it so that anyone under 25 was a child, and can be on mom/dad's insurance.
 
2014-03-04 03:05:33 PM

what_now: Oh. he's farking her.


yep
 
2014-03-04 03:07:09 PM
Waitress-->Hooter's Waitress-->Cocktail Waitress at strip club-->Stripper
 
2014-03-04 03:07:24 PM

vharshyde: Vivid to offer her a porn role in 3... 2...


She moved out mostly because her dad doesn't approve of her boyfriend, then she moves in and starts banging her best friend's dad.  She could get a writing credit, too.
 
2014-03-04 03:08:09 PM

OregonVet: Walker: Yeah, I was thinking that too. No guy spends that much money on an 18-year-old girl not related to him unless he's f*cking her or is trying to f*ck her.

Not a hard stretch considering he's a lawyer in the first place.


Mmmm hmmmm
 
2014-03-04 03:08:16 PM

xanadian: DNRTFA, but I'm guessing she's a nice, radiant shade of orange.


I'm not going to post it just in case, but there are plenty pics of her in GIS.  One is from CBSNewYork.
 
2014-03-04 03:08:39 PM

StrikitRich: Diogenes: Both sides will be in court Tuesday. Rachel Canning wants the court not to emancipate her, because under the law, a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially.

Wow.  What a little biatch.  Let girlfriend's butinski father pay for college, you self-entitled monster.

I was wondering why emancipation even entered the picture.   This would appear to explain that.

Thanks.  I too was wondering why emancipation wasn't a little late for an 18-year-old.


I can see that actually for a child who does not turn 18 before graduating high school. The parent should give the child an opportunity to at least finish public school.

But after that? Fark off you little shiat. Plenty of people put themselves through college. Get a job, take out a loan, make your lawyer  sugar daddy pay for it. Or just stop being such a farking little beast and follow the rules of the house until you graduate.
 
2014-03-04 03:08:41 PM

scottydoesntknow: Funkyourdaughter: No possible way to pay for college you say?  That pole aint gonna work itself, honey.

There's a porn star (Belle Knox) currently attending Duke.


Pics or she's just one of those imaginary strippers who are working their way through college.
 
2014-03-04 03:08:53 PM
The teen in question.


img.fark.net


She's cute, but not $12,000 worth of cute.
 
2014-03-04 03:08:56 PM

StrikitRich: Diogenes: Both sides will be in court Tuesday. Rachel Canning wants the court not to emancipate her, because under the law, a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially.

Wow.  What a little biatch.  Let girlfriend's butinski father pay for college, you self-entitled monster.

I was wondering why emancipation even entered the picture.   This would appear to explain that.

Thanks.  I too was wondering why emancipation wasn't a little late for an 18-year-old.


I would move, I am assuming that this whole "not automatically emancipated at 18" bit is the exception not the rule?
 
2014-03-04 03:09:09 PM

what_now: Both sides will be in court Tuesday. Rachel Canning wants the court not to emancipate her, because under the law, a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially.

Um. Bullshiat. You're 18 years old. You aren't a child.

Rachel also said every piece of financial paperwork she fills out asks her that question and shows she clearly doesn't have the means to support herself.


If you're filling out financial aid paperwork for college, you are using your parents information. If your parents won't fill out the forms, you are just right farked.

Now, if she said "My dad refuses to complete the FAFSA", I'd feel bad for her but legally, she's farked. I have had dozens of students over the years tell me that their parents won't complete the FAFSA, for all sorts of reasons. In some cases, it was a ploy to get more financial aid. In some cases, the parents withdrew financial support because they didn't like the kid's major/grades/boyfriend/attitude etc.

In some cases, the parents were just simply dickbags. Even then- there isn't a whole lot you can do.

Inglesino said he has spent more than $12,000 on the lawsuit because he wants Rachel to have a great future.

Oh. he's farking her.


You're a Financial Aid counselor/officer? Ouch. You have my deepest sympathies.

/given the choice, I'd admin in FinAid somewhere before serving as Putin's secret towel boy but somewhere after forced listening to Sarah Palin's complete set of public utterances. Both would break my sanity, but only FinAid admin would break my heart.
 
2014-03-04 03:09:37 PM
I paid for both of  my degrees.  Why do parents have to pay for anything?
 
2014-03-04 03:09:44 PM

youmightberight: scottydoesntknow: Funkyourdaughter: No possible way to pay for college you say?  That pole aint gonna work itself, honey.

There's a porn star (Belle Knox) currently attending Duke.

Pics or she's just one of those imaginary strippers who are working their way through college.


http://playboysfw.kinja.com/meet-belle-knox-the-duke-porn-star-as-yo u- might-have-1535822551/@sarah-hedgecock
 
2014-03-04 03:09:56 PM

GORDON: Jim from Saint Paul: So.... at 18 you are not a legal adult now?

"a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially. "

Key word: Child.

Which she is not, legally, anymore.

Unless I'm wrong of course.

I think Obamacare made it so that anyone under 25 was a child, and can be on mom/dad's insurance.


Obamacare didn't change the law that states that when someone turns 18 they are no longer a minor.
 
2014-03-04 03:10:30 PM
I've been waiting all day for this story to hit Fark.
 
2014-03-04 03:10:30 PM
I like the parents totally normal rules for an 18 year old of telling her who she can date, what time she has to be in the house, etc.

18 Years olds don't need to be told these things

/they also don't need to be financially supported.
 
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