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2014-03-04 03:11:03 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.


You are a legal dependent of your parents until you're either 19 years of age or a full-time student under 24 - it's been that way since before Obama was even in office.
 
2014-03-04 03:11:51 PM

timujin: The teen in question.


[img.fark.net image 606x344]


She's cute, but not $12,000 worth of cute.


Maybe she sucks dick like a 45 year old whore
 
2014-03-04 03:11:51 PM
Carmenita Scarfone would have just gotten on the bus without all the fuss.
 
2014-03-04 03:11:55 PM

brimed03: /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.


Meh. I work in grad school now. Much better. Plus, no parents to deal with!

/but thanks.
 
2014-03-04 03:12:01 PM

Diogenes: Both want to have their cake and eat it, too.


Heh, I think I said that at some point too. LOL. c.1992. I actually hope the guy turned out okay.
 
2014-03-04 03:12:31 PM

OregonVet: 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....


Then you're Charlie Sheen?
 
2014-03-04 03:14:26 PM
But is she still covered under mommys / daddys health care plan ?
 
2014-03-04 03:14:30 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.



I wonder if he knows Dino Zaffina.
 
2014-03-04 03:14:48 PM
She could mooch off of me.....if you know what I mean...

thenypost.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-03-04 03:14:53 PM

BalugaJoe: I paid for both of  my degrees.  Why do parents have to pay for anything?


They don't have to pay for anything. It is a tremendous dick move to not at least fill out the FAFSA, though.
 
2014-03-04 03:15:02 PM

Delawheredad: 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!


Even if parents were divorced, if the mother didn't want the kid in college, is there any state in the union that will force payment to go to the kid (or at least to the college against mom's wishes)?  Fark has assured me that there is zero accountability on where that money goes.

Mom (and Dad) appear to want control.  I doubt that she would be getting any even if they were divorced.
 
2014-03-04 03:15:06 PM
Oh, he said "curfews"... Curfews. I swear I thought he said there were two things in his house: Minor chores and herpes...
 
2014-03-04 03:15:40 PM
 
2014-03-04 03:16:06 PM
Future employers are going to love googling her and finding out how much of a sue-happy, narcissistic, entitled little she-beast she is.

Good luck in the future, Sweetie!
 
2014-03-04 03:16:39 PM
So she has a $20k scolarship? Thas $20k more than I got. Maybe she should go to school and I dont know maybe get a job to cover anything else.Maybe since her new family is so hot for her they can cosign any student loans she needs.

Though I do think the truth is somewhere in between what she says and what her folks say. Watch them stripper poles in the Vermont winter they can get cold.
 
2014-03-04 03:16:45 PM

Perpetuous Procrastination: 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.

You are a legal dependent of your parents until you're either 19 years of age or a full-time student under 24 - it's been that way since before Obama was even in office.


For tax law, you are a legal dependent of your parents for as long as they provide more than 50% of your support, regardless of age.
 
2014-03-04 03:16:46 PM

timujin: The teen in question.


[img.fark.net image 606x344]


She's cute, but not $12,000 worth of cute.


maybe she sucks a mean dick?
 
2014-03-04 03:17:23 PM
Apparently the lawyer is willing to front $12,000 for a blow job.
 
2014-03-04 03:17:29 PM
1. Parents are obliged to assist or pay all school loans of the kid going to school especially if the kid defaults. HINT TO IDIOT-GIRL: GO TO COLLEGE. DEFAULT. THEY HAVE TO PAY. DUH!

2. If they set up a college fund in her name, then she gets that money for school, regardless of house rules.

3. You are considered a child by FAFSA until the ripe old age of 26- when you are no longer able to be carried on your parents' health insurance.

4. You aren't supposed to claim a dependent on your taxes, unless they've lived with you for over 6 months of the year, or you are paying for their schooling.

5. She is totes banging the lawyer.
 
2014-03-04 03:18:37 PM
Looks like she blew a seal.
i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2014-03-04 03:19:17 PM

Perpetuous Procrastination: 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.

You are a legal dependent of your parents until you're either 19 years of age or a full-time student under 24 - it's been that way since before Obama was even in office.


How long can I claim my kids as dependents? As I understand it it's 18 or when they file on their own.

Meaning, say, if I had a 22 year old who didn;t file on their own I have a tax write off.

Meaning #2L I could potentially have a kid who could not claim themselves taxes wise and therefore saddle me with a bill?
 
2014-03-04 03:19:32 PM
When I turned 18, I did not want my parents to pay for college since they spent all that time an money getting me to that point.  I looked at my options, and found that the military would train me, house me, feed me and would pay for college when my time was up.  There is always an option.  Some would rather be twat waffles and be more of  a burden on their family even after they are legally an adult.

There are many jobs out there that she can do, she just doesn't want to do them.  The world needs burger flippers, cashiers, shelve stockers, and of course as said before, that pole will not work itself.  Single parents are making work she just needs to try harder.

/fark farking lawyers they are the bane of society.

i242.photobucket.com
 
2014-03-04 03:19:34 PM

timujin: The teen in question.


[img.fark.net image 606x344]


She's cute, but not $12,000 worth of cute.


She doesn't exactly scream 'Rhodes Scholar', does she?
 
2014-03-04 03:19:39 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.


Can't wait for her "Duke Sucks" series to come out on DVD.
 
2014-03-04 03:19:53 PM

BalugaJoe: I paid for both of  my degrees.  Why do parents have to pay for anything?


keep an eye on this one.  You might be able to sue for a refund.
 
2014-03-04 03:20:20 PM

timujin: The teen in question.


[img.fark.net image 606x344]


She's cute, but not $12,000 worth of cute.


$120 though... I'd take her to dinner and a movie, if it meant that I got to take her to town afterwards...
 
2014-03-04 03:20:29 PM

brimed03: 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.


you have a strangely specific set of criteria for that job
 
2014-03-04 03:20:31 PM
She wants to be an adult (I can stay out as long as I want...I'm 18!) without the responsibilities - "Hey Mom, have you done the laundry yet?  I can't find a good shirt!"
 
2014-03-04 03:20:44 PM

tlars699: 1. Parents are obliged to assist or pay all school loans of the kid going to school especially if the kid defaults. HINT TO IDIOT-GIRL: GO TO COLLEGE. DEFAULT. THEY HAVE TO PAY. DUH!


The parents would only be responsible if they cosigned the loan. If they didn't, it's just her problem.
 
2014-03-04 03:21:11 PM

tlars699: 1. Parents are obliged to assist or pay all school loans of the kid going to school especially if the kid defaults. HINT TO IDIOT-GIRL: GO TO COLLEGE. DEFAULT. THEY HAVE TO PAY. DUH!


Not if the parents don't agree in the first place, which they clearly won't in this case.
 
2014-03-04 03:21:25 PM
Ahh, another fartbongo voter.
 
2014-03-04 03:21:30 PM

thurstonxhowell: BalugaJoe: I paid for both of  my degrees.  Why do parents have to pay for anything?

They don't have to pay for anything. It is a tremendous dick move to not at least fill out the FAFSA, though.


Wrong. You sign up for a student loan? Part of the law says that if you default they can hound your parents, too. It's in the contract you sign to get the loan.
 
2014-03-04 03:21:35 PM
If you are 18 and live at home you should follow the rules.

I say the above because I can remember the asshole I was at 18.

She decided she did not want to follow rules but that her parents should fund her car, food,living expenses private high school tuition, and on top of all that she wants them to release the college fund they saved for her to be used at her discretion.
 
2014-03-04 03:21:44 PM

Celain: Oh, this keeps getting better.

http://http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2573165/My-mom-called -p orky-d a d-got-drunk-told-I-just-daughter-Explosive-claims-spoiled-cheerleader- 18-suing-parents-support-ran-away.html


College-bound honors student Rachel Canning of Lincoln Park

In the end it doesn't even matter.

And Mrs Canning even accused her daughter of trying to sabotage her relationship with her husband and even 'attempting to open up a dating profile for him'.

murderpedia.org


Hi. I am the guy who did the voice of Lionel Hutz. You may remember me from other PSAs like "It probably isn't just a cold sore" or "People who 'pull-out' are called parents!" This chick, she sounds crazy. Never stick your dick in crazy.

 
2014-03-04 03:22:12 PM

Voiceofreason01: what_now: Oh. he's farking her.

yep

 
2014-03-04 03:22:33 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.


If a person is paying their own way t hen there is. I reason for thei parents assets to factor into financial aid
 
2014-03-04 03:22:33 PM

scottydoesntknow: 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


Very NSFW pic in comments.
 
2014-03-04 03:22:33 PM

tlars699: 1. Parents are obliged to assist or pay all school loans of the kid going to school especially if the kid defaults.


Nope.
 
2014-03-04 03:23:32 PM
Again?

/ little snowflake will get nothing; it would be even funnier if she got knocked up and never even went to a single class
 
2014-03-04 03:23:47 PM

UGOTPZD: 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


When they live in the house still, they can damn well follow some basic farking rules. You know what happens when you DON'T set down some rules for your over-18 kid still living at home? Come meet my farking 32 year old BIL, and you'll see. Somehow when my MIL died, my wife made the promise to let him stay with us until he finished school. I agreed to let him nanny until our daughter was old enough to go to preschool. 2 years was enough. My daughter is now 5 1/2, and I'm looking at another ear and a half to two years of supporting a 32 year old adult, who pays the farking internet bill, PERIOD. Because he never had to follow rules after he turned 18, so we're just an expected convenience.
 
2014-03-04 03:24:00 PM
Some states have laws that obligate the parents for at least a portion of their children's college expenses if the parents are divorced. Illinois is one of them.

http://illinoisdivorce.com/family_law_articles/child_support_and_col le ge.php

Haven't heard of a state where you can sue if your parents are still together though.
 
2014-03-04 03:24:20 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.


Prior to the Affordable Care Act taking effect parents could keep their children on their insurance up to a certain age and if they were a full-time student.  The full-time student requirement was removed and the age may have been raised.  So now if a kid gets out of college and their first job doesn't offer insurance right away they aren't screwed.  But it doesn't change the age at which one becomes a legal adult.
 
2014-03-04 03:24:36 PM
Is the lawyer John P. Inglesino  the same guy that used to be connected to Governor Christie ??
 
2014-03-04 03:24:40 PM

Celain: Oh, this keeps getting better.

http://http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2573165/My-mom-called -p orky-d a d-got-drunk-told-I-just-daughter-Explosive-claims-spoiled-cheerleader- 18-suing-parents-support-ran-away.html


Oh my god.

She states that her parents have a combined yearly income of between $250,000 and $300,000 and she is entitled to $654-a-week in child support.
 
2014-03-04 03:26:05 PM

tlars699: 1. Parents are obliged to assist or pay all school loans of the kid going to school especially if the kid defaults. HINT TO IDIOT-GIRL: GO TO COLLEGE. DEFAULT. THEY HAVE TO PAY. DUH!

2. If they set up a college fund in her name, then she gets that money for school, regardless of house rules.

3. You are considered a child by FAFSA until the ripe old age of 26- when you are no longer able to be carried on your parents' health insurance.

4. You aren't supposed to claim a dependent on your taxes, unless they've lived with you for over 6 months of the year, or you are paying for their schooling.

5. She is totes banging the lawyer.


Ok, so..one of those things is accurate.

1) Unless there is a specific divorce decree, parents are in no way, shape or form, required to pay for college. Unless they co-signed the loan, or took out their own loan, they are also not required to pay a student loan.

2) Unless it is a trust that the student has total access to (very, very rare) a college fund is transferable.

3) You are considered a dependent student until you are 24

4) You can claim a child if you paid more than 50% of their support, regardless of age

5) This one is correct.
 
2014-03-04 03:26:56 PM

tlars699: thurstonxhowell: BalugaJoe: I paid for both of  my degrees.  Why do parents have to pay for anything?

They don't have to pay for anything. It is a tremendous dick move to not at least fill out the FAFSA, though.

Wrong. You sign up for a student loan? Part of the law says that if you default they can hound your parents, too. It's in the contract you sign to get the loan.


They can contact the people that you listed as contacts/references, but if they don't sign off on it (Perkins loans, Stafford) the parents aren't legally required to pay for anything.
 
2014-03-04 03:27:00 PM

ph0rk: tlars699: 1. Parents are obliged to assist or pay all school loans of the kid going to school especially if the kid defaults. HINT TO IDIOT-GIRL: GO TO COLLEGE. DEFAULT. THEY HAVE TO PAY. DUH!


Not if the parents don't agree in the first place, which they clearly won't in this case.


Wrong. It's in the contract with any public loan company like Sallie Mae, or Great Lakes. In both, if you default, your parents are obligated to assist you in paying those back.
That's why you have to count their income in filling out FAFSA, even if they aren't helping you pay for college. That's also the reasoning behind not being able to discharge the loans via bankruptcy.
 
2014-03-04 03:27:01 PM

Mikey1969: timujin: The teen in question.


[img.fark.net image 606x344]


She's cute, but not $12,000 worth of cute.

$120 though... I'd take her to dinner and a movie, if it meant that I got to take her to town afterwards...


Lawyer in question

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2014-03-04 03:28:18 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.


I am wondering if her  girlfriend's butinski father whos a lawyer is tapping that ass as compensentation for his services? Because screwing people is what lawyers do.
 
2014-03-04 03:28:47 PM

rnatalie: Looks like she blew a seal.
[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x853]


No, that's just a little ice cream.
 
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