When Does Child Support Really End? Most people are under the assumption that child support is just that, support for a child and ends when the child turns 18.  However, in Minnesota Minn. Stat. 518A.26 controls this issue and says, generally that child support will continue until 1) the child is 18 AND 2) graduates from high school or 3) if due to physical or mental disability is unable to care for themselves.  It’s this last one that is rarely even considered in Minnesota Divorce Courts, but a somewhat significant case came out last week at addresses this very topic. […]

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