If an adult child is still living at home, “but is neither ill nor disabled nor under the effect of [another reason] by which he or she is unable to withdraw from parental charge or to obtain the necessaries of life, then that adult child is no longer” a child entitled to support: Ethier v. Skrudland, 2011 SKCA 17 at para. 16. As noted in Kohan v. Kohan, 2016 ABCA 125 at para. 14, the wording “signifies something more than a mere lifestyle choice to remain dependant.”
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