A man has been ordered to pay his mother almost $1 million for funding his dentistry training after signing a contract in 1997 stating that he would pay her 60% of his income once qualified. After years of refusing to pay his mother, and arguing that it is wrong to demand a financial return for raising a child, the son will now be required to make back payments, including interest!
HHG Legal Group Special Counsel, Daniel Morris, joins 6PR Presenter, Michael Genovese, in discussing the recent court ruling in Taiwan. Contracts can be both verbal or written, so what are the dangers of making contracts with family members? How do you differentiate between raising a child and a contractual agreement? Hear his perspective now.
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