The language of the divorce decree will control. If it says you provide it and there is no end date, then you are obligated to provide it.
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I agree with Attorney Majeski. The language of the divorce decree will control. If the language is ambiguous, you may want to seek clarification and/or modification from the Family Court. Good luck.
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