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Planning for children's health care coverage during divorce

Divorcing parents must show that they are providing health care insurance coverage for their children. That is stipulated under the Affordable Care Act. Of course, making sure that their children's medical needs are taken care of is a priority for every good parent.

Does my ex have to pay for our kid's college bills?

Most people understand that child support has to be paid up until the child reaches the age of majority, or 18. If, however, the child is still attending high school at or after the age of 18, the child support must continue to be paid until that child either graduates or leaves school.

Will you have to support your disabled child into adulthood?

Some Massachusetts parents don't have to worry about paying child support beyond the age of 18 for their children. However, others must abide by the statute that gives the court latitude to compel parent(s) to continue paying child support longer for a child when that child is enrolled in school or otherwise dependent upon a parent.

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