Not unless you agreed to to do in writing.
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Not unless it was ordered as part of the Final Judgment.
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Was it court ordered that you're responsible until they are emancipated? If they are still in high school and expected to graduate before 19, you may be. Check the wording and speak with a local attorney who may be able to give you a free consult.
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It depends on the wording of the Final Judgment, but in most usual cases, the answer would be No. You should have an attorney review your Final Judgment with you.