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Child support is paid until the child is at least 18 even if the child quit school or graduate early.

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Nope once they are 18 and outta HS.. kid is on their own. Trust me I asked the state support attorney


The child's school status would not, in itself, justify termination of support.


Typically, yes. Most states order child support to continue through high school. Check your order to see what it says.


I do believe that in most states the support payments continue as long as the child is in school including college.



While elementary school is mandatory, high school is not. Unless the support order specifically states that the child needs to be attending high school in order for support to be paid, the answer is "NO".


It depends on two things: First, under what state's law was the child support ordered? Different states have different rules. Second, what does the divorce/paternity decree say? For info on your state, check out the link on my bio page.


Child support usually ends when the child reaches 18 AND graduates high school, OR the age of 20 if the child has not graduated high school. Child Support works until "Said sum shall continue until the "child(ren) shall have married, died, become self-supporting, or reach the age of eighteen." This is taken stright from the MARITAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT from a standard North Carolina Divorce Packet from the Circuit Clerk's Office.


In Colorado, child support will stop at the age of 18 or when the child finishes school. There is a possibility that the child can receive child support if the child goes on to college.


Child support is paid as long as the child is a minor, get emancipated or when the child support agreement says so.


He went to school in Columbus, Ohio, until the age of ten. He did not continue his formal education. He did not go to college.


If you owe backpay or the judge has ordered support to an older age (because they are attending college) then yes you still owe it. Your obligation continues until ALL backpay is caught up and paid in full.


Most times the agreement is that the child will be supported through college. If they turn 18 and do not continue with school, then child support ends.


Child support in the state of California continues until the child stops going to school. including college.


Carolina Friends School was created in 1962.


Carolina Day School was created in 1987.


Yes you do, and you will have to continue child support if the child goes to college as a full-time student.


18 unless the child support order provides for payments to continue as long as the child is in school full time working on a degree.


If you're in the US, yes, you can receive child support, although the court might not order him to pay much. If he doesn't have a job, doesn't matter really. He's still legally obligate to support his child, so the court would expect him to get a job (lots of kids go to school and work too). His parents are not responsible for paying his child support.


You should review the child support order and if it doesn't state the child support should continue then notify the court. You may no longer be required to pay.You should review the child support order and if it doesn't state the child support should continue then notify the court. You may no longer be required to pay.You should review the child support order and if it doesn't state the child support should continue then notify the court. You may no longer be required to pay.You should review the child support order and if it doesn't state the child support should continue then notify the court. You may no longer be required to pay.


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Typically a court order would define the terms of child support. While it can continue until a child is approximately 21 years of age, they are required to be in school full time.


In some states, you may be required to continue paying child support if your child is over 18 but hasn't yet graduated high school or completed a GED program.




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