FLAandNYLawer.your answer was helpful but not the complete answer which I was seeking as per my request for source material. Could you please advise me where I can locate exact source material which will state that an "18 year old does not have to adhere to the terms of the parenting order". Is there a relavent case I can look up?
I am unable to locate anything on line beyond the definition of "the age of Majority". A year ago after a four year litigation in which I spent over $100,000. I dismissed my attorney and have represented myself quite effectively since. The dismissal of the attorney was not done in a negative context, I was happy with his work, however, most of the heavy lifting was complete.
With that said, I am still involved in a lot of "nonsense relative" to the parenting terms and I could use some help at times in terms of what the heck I am doing especially with the involvement of the parenting coordinator. Would have no problem forming a relationship with an attorney for just such help. Phone # XXXXX XXXXX I have no aversion to paying an agreeable price at times in terms of advice in the right direction, while still maintaining my pro se status.
Can you please answer the above question, and reach out to me if you would like with the information I provided, I am not really into this email thing.
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