Is there such thing as child support in Massachusetts for kids that are older than 18? Thanks.
Yes, in some cases, MA family court judges will make orders for support, maintenance and education for children who are between the ages of 18 and 23. Typically, those kids must live with and be a dependent of one parent. The 22 and 23 year-olds must be dependent on the a parent who is supporting and maintaining them while they attend school or college. For more information or to post a question, visit our MA Divorce Discussion Forum. Good luck, and please tell your friends about The Forum.