What Is Post Minority Support?


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The term post minority support refers to the support that a parent has to provide his or her child or children if they have attained the status of majority (that is, they have turned either 17 or 18, depending on the state of the United States of America they live in), but they are physically or mentally incapable of supporting themselves or of finding themselves a job owing to disability.

It is mandatory for every parent, irrespective on the state of the United States of America in which they live, to follow the instructions of the courts of law which are located in their city, and provide their child or children (as the case may be) as much post minority support as the laws which are prevalent in the state deem to be the maximum amount of the post minority support if the child or children are found to be disabled, either physically or mentally.

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