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When Support Goes Past 18

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UPDATED: In most cases in Washington, child support comes to an end when the children in question turn 18-years-old or graduate from high school, whichever comes later. Circumstances do exist, however, where payments may continue much longer. When it comes to the Evergreen State, the age of majority is 18. …

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Who Pays for College?

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Graduating high school is a right of passage that is often accompanied by the excitement of going off to college. This milestone is often marked by optimism and enthusiasm and is a pivotal time for students. Unfortunately, that optimism and enthusiasm can wane when the reality of paying for college …

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Child Support Accountability

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Anyone who writes a monthly check to cover a recurring payment  expects  to know where their money is going and if it is being used as intended. But what about child support payments? Child Support Payments Child support is a tool to ensure the child(ren) are entitled to a similar …