In an ex-husband's appeal from a postjudgment order establishing a duty of parental support to former wife for their adult child, pursuant to Family Code section 3910, the trial court's order is reversed where, although the court had jurisdiction: 1) it failed to apply correct legal standards; and 2) there is no substantial evidence to support its order.

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