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Old 09-07-2017, 06:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Berner_Faith View Post
My husbands order states 22 as the cut off for CS or one post secondary diploma. That being said, their mother is really pushing the trades on the kids (which I support trades fully coming from a family of trades people) but when a child is in a trade how does CS for adult children work then? My brother is 24 and finishing up his last 10 weeks of trades school... he has owned his own house for over 2 years... if someone is in a trade and lives at home is CS still payable for adult children until they are 25?

My partners agreement says the same thing. Ex filed a motion for ongoing support for kids final year of university. Lawyer said it would be payable and a judge would absolutely order it plus cs for the months between birthday and graduation. He told us today he has argued cases against the additional year of high school and additional education to cover courses that kids fail--the court will not waiver from a kids right to education or child support because their parents got divorced. He also absolutely agreed the system was messed up and needed change.
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