Parents Successfully Evict 30-Year-Old Son

Parents now need to sue their children to get them to leave.

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By Daniel Case

Michael Rotondo, a 30-year-old resident of Camillus, New York, still lives with his parents… for now. He was in court this morning, ending a months’ long attempt by his parents to push him out of their matrimonial home.

The parents offered to help him find housing and a job, as well as advising him to sell some of his belongings, including his weapons and his stereo. In one of five written notices to their son, they even offer $1100 to help him find another place to live. In another, they offer him advice on repairing his car, even offering to help pay for the needed repairs.

Today’s appearance was not the first for the 30-year-old, who has had previous disputes relating to employment and family law. His claims were thrown out in both instances.

Justice Prevails

Judge Donald Greenwood of an Onondaga County court ordered the son to leave his parents’ home a few minutes before noon earlier today. It seems unclear whether the parents will still let him accept their various offers for help and financial assistance.


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Mika Ryu

Law student at Western University, and UofT graduate in economics and linguistics. Remember that your version of the world is always too simple.

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