Stanton v. StantonAnnotate this Case
429 U.S. 501 (1977)
U.S. Supreme Court
Stanton v. Stanton, 429 U.S. 501 (1977)
Stanton v. Stanton
Decided January 25, 1977
429 U.S. 501
Where the Utah Supreme Court did not comply with this Court's mandate in Stanton v. Stanton,421 U. S. 7, that it resolve how Utah was to eliminate discrimination between genders in Utah statute, which establishes 21 as the age of majority for males, and 18 as the age for females, as applied to a parent's obligation of child support, but instead held that the statute was constitutional as applied to females without considering the discrimination, that court's judgment is vacated and the case is again remanded for further proceedings.
552 P.2d 112, vacated and remanded.
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