Last year Maryland raised its child support guidelines.  Just before that, it extended the age that child support terminates from 18 to the earlier of 19 or graduation from high school if a child is living at home and enrolled full time in high school.

This year, Maryland delegates have introduced House Bill 1272 that would extend child support if the child is enrolled in an institution of postsecondary education (college or vocational school) until the earlier of graduation or age 21.

If enacted, this would allow college tuition and room and board to be added to costs in above guidelines cases just in time for tuition bills this fall.

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