It depends entirely on the court order outlining the child support. If the father feels as though support is no longer necessary due to a change in conditions, he can petition the court for a change in the child support orders.
You may have to pay for college expenses. Do what is right for your child.
71.1 % of Filipino high school graduates attend college.
1/3 of high school graduates go to college.
College graduates can receive better jobs, and are likely smarter!!
In 2009, 73.8% of female high school graduates went to college. In 1920, 7.6% of female high school graduates went to college.
earn twice what high school graduates earn. have greater rates of savings.
If the divorce decree is from the State of Arizona, the answer is NO. He will not be required to continue to pay child support once your daughter turns 18 or until she graduates from high school, but not past the age of 19, UNLESS your divorce decree specifies that child support is to continue until she graduates from college. Arizona Termination of support at 18 or until child graduates from high school, but not past 19 No statute or case law holding parents to a duty to college support in the absence of an agreement; courts will enforce contracts to provide such support. Solomon v. Findley, 167 Ariz. 409, 808 P.2d 294 (1991).
The school or college from which one graduates is called one's alma mater.
No, child support ends at age 18 or graduates from high school, but not further than age 19.
Absolutely. In some states is until the child is 21, in others, until the child graduates.
Alumni are graduates. Alumni is typically a term used to represent the graduates of high school and college aged students.
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The decrease in the wage for high school graduates mean it will make it harder for them to work and save up to go to college.
It depends on the state. Some states require that child support be paid until the child graduates high school, even if they're over 18. A few states require child support up to age 21 if they're enrolled in college and still living with the custodial parent.
0%; If they're attending a college in India they're not in high school... They're in college... In India... :D
In most states/most cases, the 'other' parent will continue to pay child support on each child until they reach 18 years of age, at that point the child support should stop. In some states, payments will continue if the child goes on to college and will stop when the child leaves college or turns 21, whichever comes first.
Usually the parent paying child support will be required to continue support until graduation. This should be included in your court order if you have one.
%73 percent of high school graduates don't graduate from college.
In general, yes. However, this varies depending on State law and the language of the order for support.