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No, you cannot get money back that you paid in child support. There may be circumstances where you could sue a person for some of that money back if you found out the child was not yours.

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No - if the child is grown up you cannot get child support.


Once the child reaches eighteen years they can reunite if they wish.Once the child reaches eighteen years they can reunite if they wish.Once the child reaches eighteen years they can reunite if they wish.Once the child reaches eighteen years they can reunite if they wish.


It may be. You need to review your child support order. If it does not provide that the support continue after the age of eighteen then you must return to court to notify the court that the child has attained eighteen years of age and ask that the child support order be terminated. If you have overpaid you can ask the court how to go about getting your money back. You may need to sue in small claims court. The court may advise you.It may be. You need to review your child support order. If it does not provide that the support continue after the age of eighteen then you must return to court to notify the court that the child has attained eighteen years of age and ask that the child support order be terminated. If you have overpaid you can ask the court how to go about getting your money back. You may need to sue in small claims court. The court may advise you.It may be. You need to review your child support order. If it does not provide that the support continue after the age of eighteen then you must return to court to notify the court that the child has attained eighteen years of age and ask that the child support order be terminated. If you have overpaid you can ask the court how to go about getting your money back. You may need to sue in small claims court. The court may advise you.It may be. You need to review your child support order. If it does not provide that the support continue after the age of eighteen then you must return to court to notify the court that the child has attained eighteen years of age and ask that the child support order be terminated. If you have overpaid you can ask the court how to go about getting your money back. You may need to sue in small claims court. The court may advise you.



A person may have to pay child support even if the child is 18 and in college and has a medical condition. This may be true if the person owes back child support.


Go back to court--depends on circumstances and amount of time that child is out of school (ie is it a break or not?)


There is no statute of limitations of time to collect back child support, there have been cases that have been brought in even after the child has turned eighteen. Consult a legal representative for further information.


You dont need to be on child support if you have a computer.


The "back" support must be paid - there is no statute of limitations on collecting that.


Yes they can put a lien on the house. Just had to do it about three years ago because I had not gotten support in years.



If the child support wasn't paid back then, it is time for her to let it go. The agreement was between her parents. Still, a lawyer might accept the case, but you cannot get blood from a turnip.AnswerNo. Generally, child support is owed to the custodial parent and it must be initiated by a court order. Every jurisdiction has a statute of limitations for requesting child support, when the child has reached eighteen years, and for establishing arrears. For a child at at fifty years of age, any statute of limitations would have tolled. A fifty year old would not have any legal standing to sue a parent for child support.



Petition the court for a modification. If the back support was for any state aid the mother was on, then it can't be forgiven. If it isn't for that, then the mother can write a letter saying she forgives the back support owed to her.




The child cannot choose to return until she has reached eighteen years of age.


age of child does not matter when comes to back support


Generally, two years or the date of birth of the child, whichever occurred later. However, in theory, retroactive support could be awarded as far back as 18 years.



Child support in Tennessee can be reviewed and modified up to the age of majority.


My wife and myself are separated and have been for15 years, we have 2 children over the age of 30. I am currently on disability and have been for 10 years. I have been paying back shild support since 1988. My current back child support is 17,000. Legally should I have to pay back child support when my kids are over the age of 21?


I doubt there were many child support laws back then. Normally, only the custodial parent of the child can file for child support, not the actual child.


All the way back to when the child was born. You still will owe back child support after the child turns 18.




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