Trial court’s award to mother of “living expense assistance” for adult child, who was mentally and physically disabled, to be paid by father, constituted a permissible award of “postminority support” to mother, despite trial court’s labeling of the award, as mother petitioned solely for postminority support for child, which, by definition, included monetary payments made to cover the living expenses of a disabled adult child.
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