His exwife filed a "Reset on supplemental petition for modification and reset on counter petition" back in 2009 and because of miss-communication issues with my husband's then lawyer, he missed the court date. They granted her petition and the payment section of it reads as follow:
"The Obligor shall pay $200.00, weekly for CHILD SUPPORT, commencing October 4, 2009, until the minor child(ren) should die, marry, become emancipated, or is/are otherwise no longer (a) dependent child(ren) pursuant to sections 409.2554 (2) and 743.07 (2) Florida Statutes."
Does that means the ex wife can request child support until the kids get married? I ask because the oldest daughter will be 18 in April next year and will graduate from high school next year as well. Can she extend years of child support?
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