Hi, thank you for your question. Tertiary education in such orders would mean A-Levels and not university. The child maintenance liability will therefore end since he has finished A-Levels .
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Yjaml you for your question
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Secondary education ends with the end of A levels or the equivalent
You can find the confirmation here
Tertiary education IS University level education and its equivalent and that is WHY it is referred to in the Court Order.
Technically it could include a masters - but if that is attempted it is worth going back to court
I am sorry that you were misled.
That should have started "thank you" - my computer skills are sadly commensurate with my age
You are correct - you do have to continue paying.
You should negotiate with your ex about paying him direct - but if she does not in fact give him any funds you can apply to the court to vary the order so that you pay him directly