- Associated Press - Monday, December 8, 2014

CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - A judge has ordered two New Jersey parents to pay for at least some of their daughter’s college tuition, while weighing whether they should have to pay the majority of her $26,000 bill.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported (https://bit.ly/1sdFs32 ) that a judge ruled in Superior Court in Camden that the parents of 21-year-old Caitlyn Ricci should pay $906 of her tuition from the community college she previously attended.

Judge Thomas Shusted Jr. still has to decide whether the parents should pay $16,000 of her $26,000 tuition to Philadelphia’s Temple University. A lower court judge last month ordered the parents to pay the full amount.

Shusted urged Ricci and her divorced parents, Maura McGarvey and Michael Ricci, to mend relations and attend counseling.

Ricci says she loves her parents and that the case isn’t about money.


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