Child support in the state of California continues until the child stops going to school. including college.
depending on what area the chiild lives, in most places child support stops at 18 if the child is not in school.
It depends on your state. It depends on the agreement for child support that was made. Some support the child through high school or age 18 only. Otherwise, the parents have a choice as to the level of support they will provide.
Usually child support stops when the child reaches 18 or leaves full time education, whichever is the later.
18. Child support is for children, ie. under 18 years of age...unless they have not graduated high school.
At what age does child support payments end? Generally, the obligation ends when the child reaches 18 years of age unless the child is still in high school - in which case the support ends upon the child's graduation from high school, or the child's 19th birthday, whichever occurs first. Kentuckysee link
In most states, the child support will automatically begin again once she has started school. You should expect the child support to begin within 2 weeks of her school start date.
This depends on what it is you're asking. Does you state require support beyond high school? If it does, than make a request to child support enforcement to split the payment so that part if it can go to her, directly. See link for laws on child support beyond high school. If child support does not extend beyond high school, you will need to do a modification. see related question.
If you relinquish your parental rights, you are still not going to get child support payments. The child support is for the child.
In 20 states, yes. see link.
That depends on the child support order. In most places, child support continues until the child reaches the age of majority. Some may require continued payments through the college years if they attend.
Generally, the obligation ends when the child reaches 18 years of age unless the child is still in high school - in which case the support ends upon the child's graduation from high school, or the child's 19th birthday, whichever occurs first.