Child Support

Do you have to pay child support in Mississippi if your child drop out of high school?

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Yes. Child support is not something you pay so the child will stay in school, it's for their living expenses until they are emancipated and can support themselves.

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Yes, unless the order of support terms deem otherwise, the obligated parent must continue to support his or her minor child according to the child support order.


It depends on the state. In most states, child support is required to continue until the child turns 18, regardless of whether or not they drop out of high school. However, some states allow child support to end early if the child drops out or is not making satisfactory progress towards graduation.


I heard that once they turn 21 you no longer have to pay child support.unless they make you pay child support as long as they are in school.


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 marries, is removed from disability status by a court order, or the child dies.


most of the time no u will still have to pay child support to the other kid


Yes, the obligation of child support remains valid until the terms of the support order is met or until the order is rescinded or amended by the court. State compulsory education laws determine at what age a minor can drop out of school with parental permission.


No, however you need to request the support be stopped. see links below


No, the last I heard as long as they were in school yes if they dropped out for any reason then no. They may depend on the state you live in. My mom is a supervisor in child support, the rules are that a child support case ends when a child graduates from high school or turns 18, whichever comes LAST. Not to exceed 19 years of age.


Mississippi has set the Mandatory Education ages from 6 to 17. You must be 17 to drop out of school. Please note that in the current economy the unemployment rate for high school drop outs runs over 50% or higher.


The Approximate age to drop out of school in maine is 17.


no because a child can drop out of school at year 10 i preety sure


They would file for termination of child support at the agency in charge of collection and disbursement of support payments in the area where they live.



Yes, you will have to continue to pay child support if your child is enrolled in college. You will have to continue to pay until the graduate or drop out.


In general, child support is a percentage of net income. When calculating support for younger children, support actually ordered and paid for older children is subtracted from net income.


his father didn't have enough money to support him to school


Other parent is recipient & up to them to waive.


No. SS benefits and public assistance funds are still subject to child support enforcement.


No. It's always the biological parents who first has the obligation to support their child, not the state.


In Indiana, you will have to pay child support until your child reaches 18 years of age. If the child decides to go to college full-time, you will have to continue to pay child support until they graduate or drop out of college.


A child must start attending school in the state of PA no later than the age of 8. The legal age a child can drop out of school in the state of PA is 17.


Yes, if a child is actively enrolled in college as a full-time student, the custodial parent will still receive child support. Once the child is done with college or if they drop out, the child support will stop.


Child support and child visitation are separate matters. Dropping one does not automatically mean that the other is also dropped.




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