Are you in college when your 18?
Most people in America either begin college when they are 18 or 19 depending on there birthday, though some choose to postpone there college education and start older then 18 or 19.
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Answer . \nIt's a possible, in some instances the stipulation for payment for higher education is specified in an original support agreement. Also, the custodial parent can petition the court to modify the support order pertaining to that issue. Concerning any order modification, the judge will t…ake into account the income of both parents, the possibility of grants, student loans, the student's employment possibilities and so forth, when rendering a decision. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nNO it is not the parents job to put you threy coliege. If you want to go great but they dont have to pay for it .
Emancipation Might be the Answer . When you turn 18, yes you can move out, but if you want to move out before then, then you will probably need to get emancipated depending on which state you live in. Some states have different emancipation laws than other states.
Answer . Rights come with responsibility. Some of your rights are: 1 the right to be educated. 2 the right to be treated equally and with respect by both staff member and peers. For more info on rights of students, please visit your school or school board website.
Technically no, your 18 and legally an adult. But depending on what your answering for. If your parents are still your primary care giver, IE... tuition , insurance, car payments, spending money. Then there still might be some rules they might have for you , like how to spend their money. I guess …by law you don't but if they still take care of you. I would feel obligated to respect them and their decisions to keep helping you might depend on that. ( Full Answer )
Well you have to say something like hi then compliment him but don't go in saying "I have to ask you a question" because that puts the boy under pressure don't have a friend ask him to date or don't call text or write a letter to him he will think your afraid to talk to him.
Yes, you would continue the support until the child has either graduated from college , or stopped attending.
No. Child support ends at the age of 18 in California. Once an individual turns 18, they have reached what is known as the age of majority, and are then considered adults. Regardless of whether the son/daughter is still a dependent of the former legal guardian, child support does not apply. The g…ood news is that through either grants or through federally funded loans, the student should be able to afford any public University within the state of California regardless of income. ( Full Answer )
Yes, you will have to continue to pay child support if your childis enrolled in college. You will have to continue to pay until thegraduate or drop out.
When does child support for your daughter end in Pennsylvania when she is 18 or when she graduates from high school or college?
At the age of 21-22, unless the judge says earlier than that, due to some changes of the system rules. But it really shouldn't matter, because our children are our children. They will always need our help now, and after their grown. Let's just assume that every school and college shuts down. Does th…at mean you will not support your daughter? Like times are now with this bad economy, you may rather her do home schooling. ( Full Answer )
That depends on your income. And the income of ppl you live with. Go to www.fafsa.com for school aid. YOu can fill out a free application. Go to your local department of human services for financial help such as food stamps and so on
Probably not, but it depends on the laws in your area and what the support agreement actually says. Contact a lawyer to find out.
Even though you may not legally be bound to pay child support, your child does not stop being your child and you do not stop being their parent just because they turned 18 and you should continue to support them.. The Above answer was not the answer to this individuals question at all. You may stil…l have to pay child support depending on what state your child support was filed out of. Double check and see if child support stops at the Age of Majority or if you have a few years after that, also check at what age child support stops when they are enrolled as a full time student in college. ( Full Answer )
Yes, in Georgia a child can leave home at 17 (though the child cannot be kicked out until the age of majority (18).
One credit is equivalent to one hour. Thus, 18 credits is equivalent to 18 contact hours per week. . One credit is equivalent to one hour. Thus, 18 credits is equivalent to 18 contact hours per week. . One credit is equivalent to one hour. Thus, 18 credits is equivalent to 18 contact hours per w…eek. . One credit is equivalent to one hour. Thus, 18 credits is equivalent to 18 contact hours per week. . One credit is equivalent to one hour. Thus, 18 credits is equivalent to 18 contact hours per week. . One credit is equivalent to one hour. Thus, 18 credits is equivalent to 18 contact hours per week. ( Full Answer )
When I was 13 years old, I got an 18 on ACT. You can get into some colleges with it. Not many, though. There's one in my hometown that lets you get in with that, and another that lets you in with an 19.
It all depends on the state they live in. You can look up most state laws pertaining to child support issues per state. It also depends if you were married and what was decided on in the final divorce decree.
No, you do not need to go to college . You could turn pro now if you wanted.
Well if they do there just no good . If there working fair enough but not college ,, its hard enough they have to get things 4 college let alone look 4 a house .
If the child is in university they are still considered a dependant in some states and child support still needs to be paid even if they are over 18.
Unless specifically addressed in the child support order, it's dependent on state law. Joining Dads House in Yahoo Groups can help in learning your rights. See related link
nothing, you wait for the right time,. and the right time is usually afta marriage or when you are ready to be a mother, hey sex was made for reproduction its only that we ve manipulated it into something else. i mean in our coutry an 18 year old and a 14 year having sex means trouble, years in jail… for the 18 year old ( Full Answer )
At the age of 18 you are no longer a child- you are an adult, and responsible for yourself.
See Link Below . Child Support Age-At what age does child support stop and what steps need to be taken to bring this about? .
When a child reaches age eighteen, if the child is enrolled in and attending a secondary school program of instruction, the parental support obligation shall continue, if the child continues to attend and progresses toward completion of said program, until the child completes such program or reaches… age 21, whichever first occurs. If the child is enrolled in an institution of vocational or higher education not later than October first following graduation from a secondary school or completion of a graduation equivalence degree program and so long as the child enrolls for and completes at least 12 hours of credit each semester, not including the summer semester, at an institution of vocational or higher education and achieves grades sufficient to reenroll at such institution, the parental support obligation shall continue until the child completes his or her education, or until the child reaches the age of 22, whichever first occurs. To remain eligible for such continued parental support, at the beginning of each semester the child shall submit to each parent a transcript or similar official document provided by the institution of vocational or higher education which includes the courses the child is enrolled in and has completed for each term, the grades and credits received for each such course, and an official document from the institution listing the courses which the child is enrolled in for the upcoming term and the number of credits for each such course. If the circumstances of the child manifestly dictate, the court may waive the October first deadline for enrollment required by this subsection. If the child has pursued a path of continuous attendance and has demonstrated evidence of a plan to continue to do so, the court may enter a judgment abating support for a period of up to five months for any semester in which the child completes at least six but less than twelve credit hours; however, such five-month period of abatement shall only be granted one time for each child. If the child is enrolled in such an institution, the child or parent obligated to pay support may petition the court to amend the order to direct the obligated parent to make the payments directly to the child. As used in this section, an "institution of vocational education" means any postsecondary training or schooling for which the student is assessed a fee and attends classes regularly. "Higher education" means any junior college, community college, college, or university at which the child attends classes regularly. A child who has been diagnosed with a learning disability, or whose physical disability or diagnosed health problem limits the child's ability to carry the number of credit hours prescribed in this subsection, shall remain eligible for child support so long as such child is enrolled in and attending an institution of vocational or higher education, and the child continues to meet the other requirements of this subsection. A child who is employed at least 15 hours per week during the semester may take as few as nine credit hours per semester and remain eligible for child support so long as all other requirements of this subsection are complied with. . see link ( Full Answer )
Only if addressed in the court order, but it should come with significant restrictions, including that both parents must pay.
In the state of Missouri is it required to continue child support if the child is 18 and in college?
Provided the child enrolls with six months of graduating from high school and carries a minimum of five credit hours. I was behind the changes to setting the minimum requirements in 1992. see my profile
No, but make sure the 18 year old doesnt go to fast for the 15 year old.
In most places, once a child reaches the age of 18, the parents are no longer responsible for the child. If there is a child support order that has the non-custodial parent continuing to pay support through college years, then that money is available to be used toward that education and the support …associated with it. ( Full Answer )
Education is a life long experience so therefore you will see a range of age groups in these institutions. Plus may "adults" continue to develop their education as their employment demands or like some of us - we just want to achieve what we can.
It depends on the state. While 32 states have emancipation statutes, the rest don't, or are very restrictive. I would expect most courts would encourage the education.
Generally, the obligation ends when the child reaches 18 years of age or the child graduates from high school, whichever occurs later. A child will also automatically be ineligible for child support if that child is removed from disability status by a court order. see links
What if your son is 18 and you are filling for divorce can you get child support for him while he is in college?
Only a few stats allow that in the first place, however there are no laws addressing this if the child has already reached the Age of Majority, so it will need to be interpreted by the courts.
You don't have to go to university - you go to a three to four week long truck driving school.
Only in those states that require it and/or it is provided for in the original support order. see link below
Yes it can be anything, I'm not 18 but I kno because I got a scholarship so when I go to high school i get to work on my associates degree and bachelors degree and start college as a junior
because age is not a factor Um. Do you see lots of 100 year olds at your college????????
No, at 18 your child is legally an adult and is no longer your dependant, so you do not have to pay support.
Only if it is specifically provided for as a part of the child support order. See the link below on all relevant state laws.
In California, child support usually ends when a child is 18 and has already graduated from high school. But if a child is 18 and is still in high school (full time student), the parent (the one paying) is still required to continue paying child support until the child turns 19 or finishes high scho…ol whichever occurs first. If the child is already 18 and in college, it is the discretion of the parents if they will continue to provide child support. Permanent child support maybe ordered by the court for children who are disabled and is unable to earn a living on their own. Legal Disclaimer: The answer above should not be relied upon as legal advice. The information provided above is based on insufficient facts and only speaks to a general opinion based on those insufficient facts. No warranty is provided that the answer is correct. No attorney-client relationship has been formed with me until a signed written contract is complete. For an official opinion, it is advised you seek legal counsel. ( Full Answer )
Indeed you can the minimum age for allot of colleges are the ages of 14-17
Depends on what the law and child support agreement says but in general it stops at 18 but it does not stop automatically. You have to contact the court that issued the child support order.
If at any time the non-custodial parent agreed to do so and that agreement is a matter of court record, yes. If not, the obligation ends at 18 or 19 if the child is still in school. Section 9-12-312 of Arkansas's state code covers guidelines for the termination of child support. Support stops whe…n your child turns 18 years of age, unless she is still in high school. In that case, the National Conference of State Legislatures indicates that your support obligation continues until she graduates or until she is 19 years old, whichever comes first. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the child support agreement--and it may make a difference if the child is living with you or not!
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In order to get into college at the age of 18 you will need tocomplete a FAFSA form and apply to colleges. You can get into anycommunity college without jumping through all of the applicationprocess hoops. Good luck.