Thank you. The divorce
decree seems to echo the statutory law of NC, which states that:
-child support ends at 18, but
-if the child is in high school at 18, child support continues until the child graduates, stops attending, fails to make satisfactory academic progress towards graduation, or reaches age 20 - whichever is first
Ergo, if they graduated earlier than 18
, then yes, I am afraid child support continued until their 18th birthdays.
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