I have a 26 year old son who is paraplegic. He is working a degree in math with the goal of becoming a math teacher. Under California Family Code, he is "incapacitated and without means" and as such have been paying adult child support
to him. He lives independently and drives himself to school. Not exactly incapacitated, nonetheless.
At the end of the current semester I will have met my obligations as outlined by the court.
I received a letter from her attorney requesting me to pay an additional seven months of support to him. I might be tempted to pay an additional seven months of support to him IF they would agree to siging a statement stating they would not sue me for additional support after those seven months have passed. Since this is a family law
matter to begin with, would such an agreement hold water? Or would a court not recognize such an agreement?
At this point, since I will have met my financial obligations, I feel I could: 1. Ignore their request, 2. agree to pay with a stipulation that they stop suing me. My fear, of course is that this will never end and they will continue to come after me for more money. THANK YOU!