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From: Sarah (
Subject:         Re: HomeSchooling and Child Support
Date: November 16, 2011 at 7:23 am PST

In Reply to: HomeSchooling and Child Support posted by Molly on November 14, 2011 at 12:10 am:

That depends entirely on your state laws and the details of your child support agreement, and a lawyer would be the best person to ask. Know that under most circumstances, child support ends upon the child's 18th birthday, as he is legally adult at that point. Most support agreements will extend until high school graduation in cases where the 18th birthday falls within senior year of high school. You're lucky if your child support agreement extends to paying for college! That is extremely rare and may depend on his making adequate progress.
Question is, if your son is already a senior, why yank him out of school for the very last few months? why not let him go ahead and graduate? Unless, of course, he is not graduating this year. If the object of the game is to get him caught up, he might be better off in a homeschool or on-line school where he can move at a faster pace.

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