Govenor Vetoes Change Relating to Child Support for Disabled Adult Children

After overwhelming passage in the house and senate, Gov. Fletcher vetoed today HB 204 which would  have provided that child support of a child found by the court to be disabled does not terminate at age 19 until the court determines otherwise.This would not have been much change in the law. However,  an amendment prohibited the continuation of child support beyond the age of 25.

After overwhelming passage in the house and senate, Gov. Fletcher vetoed today HB 204 which would  have provided that child support of a child found by the court to be disabled does not terminate at age 19 until the court determines otherwise.This would not have been much change in the law. However,  an amendment prohibited the continuation of child support beyond the age of 25.

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