Yes, if a child is actively enrolled as a full-time student at the age of 18, the custodial parent will still receive child support. If the child drops out, the child support will stop.
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.
Yes, you are still entitled to receive child support even if you are receiving unemployment.
In the state of Indiana, you still will receive workmans compensation after being terminated from your job. You will receive workmans compensation until the doctor releases you.
Not from the parent that is losing parental rights.
Yes if the grandparents do not report it. Legally no.
No, regardless of your age, you are emancipated by being married and therefor does not get child support.
Child support law assumes that one or both parents are absent.
No, but he still owes it.
I'm pretty sure Child support is terminated once said child is of age, in most places, that is 18.