The son sued the parents for lifelong financial support
A 41-year-old unemployed man, a graduate of Oxford University, has filed a lawsuit against his parents seeking lifelong financial support from his parents. done.
According to foreign media reports, despite being a trained lawyer and an Oxford graduate, the unemployed man claims to be totally dependent on his Dubai-based father and mother.
In the case, a man named Faiz Siddiqui has described himself as a weak child due to health problems and the detachment from his parents as a violation of human rights. According to Faiz Siddiqui, she lives in her mother’s and father’s apartment in London worth 1. 1.4 million and has been unemployed since 2011. Her parents paid all her bills and gave her a 550 daily allowance. But after a serious discussion, all these privileges were revoked by the parents. Faiz Siddiqui’s lawsuit against the parents was filed last year but was later rejected by the Family Court. However, the case has now gone to the Court of Appeal, which is an important historical case for every parent in the United States. A careful study is being conducted.
According to media reports, Faiz Siddiqui has made headlines even before this when he filed a lawsuit against Oxford University in 2018 in which it was argued that he was not provided a better education by the institution which Due to which he could not get first class degree.