To even qualify for consideration—in addition to proving that you still need help providing for your basic needs, even though you made a good-faith effort to develop your skills—you must also meet at least one of the following criteria:
Even if you qualify, the court considers several factors in deciding how much support you are entitled to and for how long you may receive it. When calculating support, the court may consider (but is not limited to) the following factors.
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