In Texas, when the child graduates from High School. So if you have more then one child, when the last child that you have graduates from High School is when the child support payments will end for you. If the child is not in school for whatever reason it is the age of 18 years old.
In general, yes. However, this varies depending on State law and the language of the order for support.
Most child support orders are in effect until the child graduates from high school. This depends on child support provisions in your child support order or agreement. It can continue through an undergraduate degree in some cases.
It depends on the state. In most states, yes, child support continues until the age of 18, even if the child graduates high school before their 18th birthday.
Age 18 or graduates from high school.
It depends entirely on the court order outlining the child support. If the father feels as though support is no longer necessary due to a change in conditions, he can petition the court for a change in the child support orders. You may have to pay for college expenses. Do what is right for your child.
Yes. Child support in most states makes you obligated to pay until your child is 18, or graduates from high school. If your child is under 18 and in trade school, you still have to pay.
Regardless of whether or not your child graduates high school in PA, once he/she reaches the age of 18, child support is absolved.
Review your child support order. Your child support obligation is governed by the order and state law. Some states extend child support for education purposes as long as the child is in school full time. Some end the support at eighteen or when the child graduates from high school.
I wouldn't think so let child support no he is living with you
It changes only if the order for support specifically provides for such change.
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.
If the child is still in high school, child support continues until the child graduates or turns 19, whichever occurs first.
When child turns 18, or, if child is in high school, when child turns 19 or graduates, whichever is first.
It depends on the state. Some states require that child support be paid until the child graduates high school, even if they're over 18. A few states require child support up to age 21 if they're enrolled in college and still living with the custodial parent.
I don't live in Cali but in most states the only time a child support case ends is when a child turns 18 or graduates from high school whichever comes last and not to exceed 19. Her having a baby should not have anything to do with your support.
Absolutely. In some states is until the child is 21, in others, until the child graduates.
Depends on what your decree says. In most cases, child support is paid until the child reaches 18 years of age or when the child graduates high school, which ever comes first.
Payments stop in accordance with the language of the court order and/or the laws of your State.
If you are a father, you have to pay child support if the court says so. The age of the father does not matter.
No, child support ends at age 18 or graduates from high school, but not further than age 19.
It depends. Texas statue states 18 or graduation from high school whichever is later. However, if the child has purposely not attended school, etc...you can request a review and stop child support.
The biological father may only stop paying child support under one of the following four circumstances: Death of the child; the child turns 18 and decides not to pursue higher education; the child quits or graduates higher education; or the biological father is found not to be the "true" father. So, if a stepfather adopts them, more than likely, the biological will still be responsible for child support.