The old man has no duty under law to support his adult children. The old man is committing no crime. So it's time to think outside the box to keep the income stream.
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The father's father has no legal duty.
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There is no obligation of the grandfather to support his son's family. The family should look outside to social services.Ask a similar question
Neither of the fathers has a legal duty to provide support. Since the accident happened on a road, I assume this was an accident involving a vehicle. Since the injury is so serious, make sure that you contact a lawyer immediately! DO NOT WAIT. Make sure that your lawyer finds out if there was a defective condition with the road, sign, traffic light or something else. In NY, you have 90 days from the accident date to file a Notice of Claim against a government entity.
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