Parents sue son, 30, to move out of house

(WPVI) – A couple in upstate New York is going to court to force their 30-year-old son to move out.

They say he is refusing to leave the house despite multiple notices they gave him. Michael Rotondo claims legally he wasn’t given enough notice to leave.

Court filings allege Rotondo doesn’t contribute to the family’s expenses and doesn’t help out with chores around the house.

His parents have given him five written notices over the past few months telling him he needs to leave. They even claim they’ve offered to help him get started on his own.

Rotondo is calling his parent’s effort "retaliatory."

Neighbors say they’re sad to see such a great family go through this, but admit every parent has a limit.

The Rotondos are scheduled to hash it out again in court later this month, about seven weeks before their son’s 31st birthday.

adwpadmin

adwpadmin

More News

STORMTRACKER 18 WEATHER
Osseo
28°
Menomonie
25°
Chetek
28°
Durand
28°
Ladysmith
29°
Neillsville
29°
Rice Lake
27°
New Richmond
27°
Black River Falls
30°
Medford
26°
River Falls
28°
Duluth
18°
Green Bay
30°
La Crosse
30°
Madison
30°
Milwaukee
34°
Twin Cities
28°
Weather Outlook: Occasional flurries this afternoon, then chilly tonight!

Weather Outlook: Occasional flurries this afternoon, then chilly tonight!

An the flip-side, the snow will be easy to scrape off the driveway and sidewalk.

Connect With WQOW
Top Stories

UPDATE: 4 from Loyal, including 3 kids, killed in Apostle Island kayak incident

Sheriff Michael Brennan said Erik Fryman, 39, and his kids 3, 6 and 9-years-old died. The mom, Cari Mews, 29,

NEW: Missing Mondovi man found dead Wednesday afternoon

According to Mondovi Police Chief Colin Severson, the department is looking or Nathan D. Kummer who was reported missing by

UPDATE: Gas leak contained in Boyd

Boyd's fire chief told News 18 crews were digging up a leaking water line at Double D's Saloon and workers

Sex offender faces new charges in Eau Claire

A convicted sex offender living in Eau Claire is charged with two counts of first degree sexual assault of a

UPDATE: Middleton shooter was employee of business where he opened fire

The Middlelton Police department sent a phone message to residents about an active shooter.

Scroll to top
Skip to content