Claiming an adult child
What are the rules on this?
Adult child worked off and on during the year. I supported him most of the time.
by dje71 11 months ago
There are a lot of discussions in forums by dads desperately wanting to be "dad" to their estranged children. My take on it is different; I used to be one of those dads.The mother of my daughter and I separated a year after my daughter was born. The mother did everything she could to...
by Longhunter 7 years ago
After fourteen years of verbal abuse and lies from my daughter (this started when she was 13) toward me and my side of the family, my parents have disowned her. I'm now in the process of doing the same.Simply put, she was spoiled as a child and that stopped due to her continuous bad attitude,...
by Hypersapien 4 years ago
How should parents deal with lazy, unemployed, still-live-with-Mom-and-Dad adult children?It's one thing if your child loses his job and has to move back home, but how do you deal with one that won't even look for work, thinks you should still provide for all their needs (clean their room, wash...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
HE/SHE Had Obtained The Necessary DegreesThis thread was inspired by fellow hubber Frantisek78 during a previous thread on a similar subject. The scenario is that you have an adult child who has obtained a Bachelors, Masters, or a Ph.D Degree. The major is irrevelant at this...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What would your response be if your adult child informed you that he/she does not intend to haveany children i.e. electing to be childfree?
by Theresa Ford 5 years ago
How would you handle an adult child living at home and living an alternative lifestyle?How would you handle an adult child living at home with a younger sibling and openly living an alternative lifestyle?
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