Family Law

Law Student, 25, Suing Parents Seeking $588 Monthly Allowance Is Ordered to Move Out and Get a Job


An unidentified law student who sued his parents for a $588-a-month stipend after they cut off his allowance has been ordered by a family court judge in Malaga, Spain, to move out and get a job.

However, the parents, who work in a restaurant and as a garbage collector in Andalusia, in the southern part of the country, will continue to pay their son $292 per month for two years to cover the cost of his food, reports CNN.

They are also making monthly payments on his car.

A Telegraph article provides additional details about the case.

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