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Yes you are required to pay child support if the child is attending school full-time and living at home.It doesn't matter that there was a break in the schooling.
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In high school the child should be taking at 6 credits if this is grade 12. 5 may work but less than that may not be considered full-time.
What I meant was six courses.
Is this a semester school so they do courses for half a year and the change to other courses?If that is the case then it would be three courses per term.
The idea is if they are attending school full-time they cannot work.
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