The old man has been with the baby for 6 years. The Court of Appeal asks his son and daughter-in-law to pay for "bringing the grandson". What will the court decide?

time:2022-12-02 15:02:27source:monlittlebaby.com author:Make one's mouth water
The old man has been with the baby for 6 years. The Court of Appeal asks his son and daughter-in-law to pay for "bringing the grandson". What will the court decide?

Text | Cheats When everyone is doing one thing, they will feel that it is justified, until someone comes up with an alternative approach, and everyone will exclaim, "Can you still do this?" fee", that's how it works. Lao Zhou and Lao He from Chongqing have been helping with the baby since their grandson was born in 2015. In the beginning, the son and daughter-in-law were all at home, and the old man just assisted with the baby. When the child is three years old, the young couple will go out to work, and the child will be taken by the grandparents, namely Lao Zhou and Lao He. Three years in this area. During the period, the children's daily expenses, kindergarten tuition and training expenses are all paid by the grandparents. However, the daughter-in-law also transfers more than 50,000 yuan to her in-laws on WeChat, and occasionally sends toys, clothes and snacks to the children through online shopping. It stands to reason that this family lived a safe and secure life, because many families came here like this. But the turning point of the matter appeared when the wife filed for divorce from her husband, and the court ruled against it. At this time, Lao Zhou and Lao He, who were in-laws, began to ask their sons and daughters-in-law to "bring their grandson fees". They asked the two to pay a total of 230,000 yuan in alimony and education that the old couple had paid in advance during the six-year period. What do you think the court will decide? Both trials later came to the same result: although the daughter-in-law did not fulfill her duty of care after the child was three years old, and caring for the child was not the legal obligation of the grandparents, the daughter-in-law had paid much more through transfer than the parents-in-law had with evidence. Expenses, and the old man could not show the evidence of 230,000, so the court did not support it. The lawsuit ended in defeat by the child's grandparents. Here again, the topic of "do grandparents have the obligation to bring children" is mentioned. The law does not stipulate that grandfathers and grandparents must help their sons and daughters-in-law to bring babies, so grandparents are not obliged to bring babies. However, if the son and daughter-in-law are unable to bring the baby due to work or other reasons, and the grandparents have certain economic ability and physical conditions allow, it is reasonable and reasonable to help the children to bring the baby and bear certain family expenses. This approach is in line with the concept of our big family and is also conducive to the harmony and stability of family relations. Moreover, in real life, not only do grandparents need the help of grandparents to take care of the baby, but there are few couples who also let the elderly bear the cost of childcare. Because they know that it is very hard to bring a baby, many couples will give the elderly a certain monthly living expenses "meaning meaning" after bearing the expenses of the children. Even if it is not directly paid for living expenses, some clothing and daily necessities will be purchased as compensation. Take a friend beside me as an example. The friend and his wife returned to the city six months after the child was born, and the child was taken by his grandparents in his hometown. Friends go home to see their children once every two weeks on average, and bring their children's clothes, toys and snacks when they go home. Every month, I will call the grandma of the child 1,000 yuan on the mobile phone, which is considered to pay for daily expenses. Usually, if the child's grandmother sees some clothes on the Internet, what electrical appliances in the house need to be changed, and if she wants to change her mobile phone, she will tell her son that as soon as the link is sent, the son will buy it and send it back. This can not only repay the kindness of the old man with the baby, but also make up for some grievances of the old man's conceited expenses. Both sides are so frank, and the family lives fairly harmoniously and beautifully. As for Lao He and Lao Zhou at the beginning of the article, I believe that their original intention is not to really ask their sons and daughters-in-law to pay for "bringing grandsons". It is probably because the young couple is divorced and the conflict intensifies. 【Who takes your baby? How do you balance the mentality of having a baby? 】Senior nursery teacher, psychological consultant. He understands parenting and psychology, and also pays attention to the mother's self-growth and family management, and strives to be a caring person for mothers. Welcome to [Parenting Cheats], you can find the answers here for everything you want to know about parenting care, growth and development, family education, and mental health!
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