Salt Lake City, UT asked in Family Law and Child Support for Puerto Rico

Q: My daughter is going to college. Do I have to pay until she finishes college?

Does she have to show proof that she is going to college?

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Nelson Jose Francisco Alvarez-Aponte
Nelson Jose Francisco Alvarez-Aponte
Answered
  • Carolina, PR
  • Licensed in Puerto Rico

A: Hello and thank you for using Justia. Yes on both questions. She does have to show evidence of college and good grades. Must graduate before age 25.

If you need additional information please feel free to contact me directly.

Jose Rivera
Jose Rivera
Answered
  • Ponce, PR
  • Licensed in Puerto Rico

A: Greetings:

She will have to show through her grades that she has the academical aptitude and attitude to achieve a degree and that she need your assistance to achieve those goals. She will have to provide the proper evidence to the court. You will have to pay until she reaches the age of 25 or finished college based on the path and career she chooses. There's precedent that can affect this specific situation depending on her career goals and education given that she proves to be an exceptional student.

If you have any other questions or need help, please feel free to contact us directly and we will be glad to be at your service.

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