Q: My ex has decided to not pay and college expenses for our daughter in Indiana.
Daughter is 19. Emancipated at 18 to stop support payments. Agreed to pay, now says he is not. We did not have an agreement drawn up by attorneys for college expenses. Verbal only.
Daughter is a fulltime student.
Since my daughter is emancipated does my ex walk away scot free ?
Unfortunately if you did not file a Motion for College expenses with the Court prior to her turning 19, then you will not be able to force him to contribute towards college expenses.
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact me at 317-565-1818.
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