Quinn v. Quinn
The parties’ separation agreement said the plaintiff-father would “be responsible for the payment of any and all expenses necessary for the education of either of the minor children should they desire to attend a school beyond high school, to include college, technical or trade school, said expenses to include tuition, books and room and board.” The parties’ son came back to North Carolina to live in his maternal grandmother’s home after his Chicago music career stalled, and he signed up for four hours of online classes at a community college; the father was not required to pay the $800 room and board charged by the maternal grandmother. The parties’ daughter is attending college full-time, but she is also married with a mortgage; the father was not required to pay her mortgage and other household expenses.
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