No, she is my child till she turns 18 years old. She has a right to live in my home under my rules free of charge till then no matter what she earns..
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05-01-2012 12:23 #81
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05-01-2012 12:39 #82
I didn't pay board but I was studying full-time till I was 18 and then moved out of home at 19. I was responsible for paying for my own car and petrol until I moved out and took everything on.
It will depend on DP and my financial situation when the kids are older as to whether we charge anything. While they are studying, we wont charge but once they turn 18 they can contribute something, even if its just to pay their own phone bills. After that, and they get full-time work but still live at home I would consider charging them "board" but like the idea from the PP of saving it and giving back to them as a house deposit or similar.
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