Child Support Does Not End at 18 Posted onDecember 18, 2020/ Devry Smith Frank LLP Podcast #53 –Child Support Does Not End at 18 Many parents are under the mistaken belief that child support ends in Canada when a child turns 18 years old. Some even base their financial planning around being unburdened with child support when their offspring reaches voting age. A parent can be shocked to learn that child support obligations can continue long after their children reach the age of majority – in some cases much longer. Child support is often a hot topic. Many parents resent having to pay it and want it to end as soon as possible. Podcast #53 In this Podcast, certified family law specialist John Schuman explains when and why parents can be on the hook for child support when their children are adults. For more information, check out www.DevryLaw.ca. The companion book to this podcast, The Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law is available by clicking on the book to the right. The e-book is $9.99 and is available for immediate download from Amazon for Kindle, Kobo and iTunes for iPad, iPhone and Mac.If you have found this podcast useful, please feel free to share it on your social network by using the buttons to the left or at the bottom of the page. Hundreds of people download episodes of the podcast every month because of the valuable information it provides on family law and family court issues. This podcast was provided for general information only. It does not constitute legal advice with regard to any specific situation. Opening and closing music © 2010 Little Jackie Wright Thanks for listening.