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you are under Washington law as that is where the order originated and therefore, child support stops at age 18, unless an administrative order is in force and the child is full-time student expected to graduate before age 19.
in MD, the age of emancipation/majority is the same as Washington - 18, unless a child who has reached the age of eighteen and is enrolled in secondary school then they have the right to support from both parents until the age of 19 or until they are no longer enrolled, whichever occurs first
so unless there is something within your divorce degree it would end at age 19 the lastest.
no. it is 19 - the only way it would be 21 is if there was a prior agreement and contained within the divorce agreement.