I take the father’s position that he would provide an apartment for his son as confirmation that he does not believe that his son can be self-supporting. I find that this is a case like Fallis v. Garcia and that both parents are obliged to continue to support him. I agree with the father’s assertion that, to some extent, the mother is enabling the son’s behaviour. I also conclude, however, that the parental strife is not helping anyone. I strongly recommend that counselling for the son continue. At the present time I conclude that child support is still warranted. That is not to say that the situation will not change and the parents are encouraged to take whatever steps they can to assist their son in completing his education. Father’s Income
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