The court can cover training costs, for example. B for a university or private school or for an enriched special education. However, a parent should not be responsible for paying family allowances and/or participating in the costs of raising a child aged 21 or over who does not expressly agree. Del, code Ann. tit. 13, No. 501 (a) (b) (c) (d) 18, extends to the majority if the child is in high school and is likely to graduate or turn 19, depending on what happens first. In general, changing an order is subject to the same process as receiving an order. They can prevent child assistance from becoming a contentious matter and avoid legal costs when tried. To do so, both parents can accept the appropriate level of child care and make this agreement a separation contract. Family allowances, such as dependent allowances, may be included in the divorce judgment or included in a marriage separation agreement. Note that agreements that completely waive custody of children are not considered enforceable in court if they are not in the best interests of the child.
Solomon v. Findley, 167 Ariz. 409, 808 pp. 2d 294 (1991). There is no law or jurisprudence requiring parents to support the college in the absence of an agreement; The courts will apply support contracts to this aid. The age of majority refers exclusively to the acquisition of legal control of the person, decisions and deeds and to the correlated cessation of the legal authority of the parents (or legal guardians) in place of the parents over the person and the affairs of the child in general. Mr. Minn.
Stat. 518A.26 (5) “child” refers to a person under the age of 18, a person under the age of 20 who is still in high school, or a person unable to support himself or herself because of his or her physical or mental condition. Legally, it is considered the child`s right to financial assistance from both parents. You and other parents can find out how to manage child care and payments, but you need to use the guidelines and tables to determine the amount paid. If you pay or receive family allowances that are not described in a court order (and therefore do not go through the maintenance program), you can use receipts between you two if family allowances are paid. You should keep these receipts if you and the other parent later have a custody disagreement.