You need to follow the orders of the court regarding child support. Check your documents.
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You need to play it safe and have the order actually terminated. You don't need to risk a possible contempt. Consult with counsel immediately.... but be prepared, also, for the child to suddenly wind up back in class.
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It would really benefit you to seek legal counsel. A qualified attorney will be able to review the Orders and determine whether post-secondary support may still be sought or whether child support terminated.
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