Does child support end at 21 or 22 in the state of Missouri?
The termination of child support depends upon what the current court order stipulates. Unless the support order designates otherwise, child support obligations end when the child reaches the age of majority. The age of majority for Missouri is 18.
I lived in Wisconsin and was receiving state assistance and child support. I moved to Missouri how do I end child support in Wisconsin and start getting it in Missouri?
Contact the MO child support agency for your county.
No, having a baby does not mean she can support herself. You are obligated to support her, not her kids, until she is emancipated.
If you are asking how, as a non-custodial parent, you can end the requirement that you pay support for your child, the answer lies in your support agreement and/or state law. Child support will end when the child has attained the age referenced in the agreement or the age referenced by the law in your state.
does support end at 18 in new york state
Depending on the state yes. I know that in Missouri the rule states if the child is 18 or if in college 23 is the age that child support payments end. That means that unless the child marries prior to their 18th birthday or 23rd if still in college then the payments continue regardless if they are with child or not.
Child support ends when the child turns 18 in California.
No they do not.
What state does the child support age end the state that the divorce was executed or the state the child lives?
The state with Jurisdiction over the child support order. This can be the state where the child lives, the state where the obligor lives, or the state where the divorce took place if jurisdiction was never moved. see link below
It depends on your state. Normally child support ends upon the age of majority in your state or emancipation. Unless a child is considered emancipated through giving birth, you will probably have to continue paying support. However, there are a few states that end child support at that time. Check your local state laws.
Can you be reimbursed for child support if the child did not continue post secondary education and the state of Missouri states child support stops if the child discontinues school?
Do not look for reimbursement; but do check in with your legal help if the child has not attended school for six months or longer to end child support--this will prevent your being out of compliance. Answer You need to notify the court that the child is no longer attending school. The court will advise you as to what proof you will need. Generally, if the child has left school permanently you can file for… Read More
If your child is spending more time with their other parent do you still receive court ordered child suppor ie over the summer holidays and returning for school at the end of August....?
That's dependent on state law. In Missouri, after 30 days support stops.
Child support obligations end when the child reaches the age of 18 or when they graduate from high school, whichever occurs later. If the child is emancipated or they marry, then that will also end the child support obligations. http://www.child-support-laws-state-by-state.com/texas-child-support.html
Will child support be stopped if your child lives in Indiana but the court order was issued in Illinois and the child is now 18 and you were never married?
Every state honors child support orders. The original support order would stipulate when the support is to end.
No, no state does. You have to notify the court.
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.
It's not the norm for the non-custodial parent to collect child support but if they do, Texas state law mandates child support obligations end when the child reaches the age of 18 or when they graduate from high school, whichever occurs later. If the child is emancipated or they marry or join the military, then that will also end the child support obligations unless the original support order has any modifications or provisions apart from… Read More
Regardless of the age of the child, application can be made with Missouri child support enforcement to discontinue the obligation after the child has resided with the obligor parent for 30 days. If the child is not attending college, the obligation does end with graduation from high school. However, if the child is attending college, an application should be made to change the obligation to the other parent, until the child reaches age 22.
In the state of Florida, child support can end when the child reaches the age of emancipation, which is 18 years old in Florida, unless the child support order indicates otherwise. You should check your child support order if there is a statement indicating when support payments end. Check with the Clerk of Courts in the county where the child support order was entered to get a copy of your support order. You can have… Read More
Does the obligated parent have to continue paying child support when the child reaches 18 and continues their educationif the child support states child support will end at age 18?
Not if the orders clearly state this, though that is not common in the US as many states go beyond that point. Some confusion in interpretation of this may exist in cases where the original order was in a state where support does end at age 18, but the child has been moved to another state. The jurisdiction remains with that state as long as the obligor parent lives there, or is transferred to the… Read More
Unless the judge ordered differently, child support in Louisiana is to be paid until the child reaches the age of 18, or sometimes older if still in school.
Yes. Don't assume that support will end automatically. My suggestion: Get a court order terminating support as of a specific date, with a finding as to the amount of arrearage, or that there is no arrearage. Then send certified copies to the child support agencies in your State and the State where the child lives and/or where any other orders were entered in the matter.
18 Clarification: Child support laws vary from one state to another, and from one situation to another. For example, in some states child support is only required until the child reaches 18, but may go longer if the child is in school. There's not a single, definitive answer that applies to each state.
If there is a court order and the child is a minor they have the right to take it to support your child. That will not end until the child is 18-21 depending on the law in your state. If the child now is that age you need to contact the court to stop the child support. It will not stop by itself.
Does back child support automatically end when child graduates in california and Can they take your tax return the year child turns 18 and has graduated?
Child support arrears do not go away. The custodial parent can continue to pursue arrears until they are paid off. State Child Support Enforcement can take your tax refund if you owe child support. Child support arrears do not go away. The custodial parent can continue to pursue arrears until they are paid off. State Child Support Enforcement can take your tax refund if you owe child support. Child support arrears do not go away… Read More
It depends on the actual verbiage of the specific divorce document, but generally speaking in NY State, child support ends at age 21.
age 21 see links below
The child support goes to the one who have custody. If the grandparent still do and the child has just moved out temporarily, they will still get it. If the child is under 18 and has moved they also still get it unless the child is emancipated. If the child is 18 the child support generally end but it depends on the state laws and/or what you have written in the child support agreement.
If child support is suppose to end when a child turns 18 state of Pa. Can the child still get support while in college The child lives in Pa. Support was granted from the state of Maryland.?
The law that applies is the law of the governing state of Maryland even if child lives in another state. If Maryland law permits support for post secondary education, then it would be granted. Even if you change the venue to PA and record the child support order in PA, the law must still be enforced based on the original governing state. However, I would certainly not move your child support order to PA since… Read More
No. If a child is disabled prior to the age of majority, most states have different child support guidelines. Check your state laws. In many cases it can actually continue past the age of majority.
Georgia does not have any post-high school laws. Once the child has reached the age of majority and has graduated from high school, child support will end.
If no support is in arrears, you file for termination of child support with the agency of jurisdiction over the support case (where the order originated). It will be up to the court to determine whether or not your child support will end if they are legally residing in a state allowing for earlier termination.
You need to check your child support order, your separation agreement if there is one and the laws in your particular state or jurisdiction. There is no single universal answer to your question. You need to check your child support order, your separation agreement if there is one and the laws in your particular state or jurisdiction. There is no single universal answer to your question. You need to check your child support order, your… Read More
Does the obligated parent have to continue paying child support when the child reaches 18 and continues their education if the child support order states child support will end at age 18?
See link for applicable state laws in this regard, but unless the order is changed, it should apply.
Generally these issues are determined and resolved by the courts at the time of divorce. Laws may vary state to state, but usually child support and visitation are two separate issues. Child support is for the welfare and support of the child and is due whether visitation occurs or not. However, child support generally ends at age 18, or the end of the school year that the child turns 18. Sometimes it is extended to… Read More
It depends on your legal agreement. Many of them state that you will continue to support the child as long as they are a fulltime student...legality aside, you should provide what your child needs.
How old does your child have to be before you can stop paying child support in the state of Illinois?
it depends what the child support order says. Today they require a date on when it's supposed to end and if yours don't have that you can end up paying passed age 18. Read more in the link below.
You pay 600 per month child support to the State of Texas for a child you have never seen but who has your DNA The child will be 18 years old in June 2009 Does that end your court ordered obligation?
As long as there is no back-support owed (Child support that is owed from previous months not paid) then 18 is the cut off limit for child support and you would no longer be obligated to pay. HOWEVER, in the state of Texas, if the child continues into college, the legal guardian of the child can bring you to court to continue the support until the child graduates from college.
Payments stop in accordance with the language of the court order and/or the laws of your State.
That is interpreted by the court. State law does not address any specific limits. see link below.
At what age does child support payments end? Generally, the obligation ends when the child reaches 18 years of age. A child will also automatically be ineligible for child support if that child marries, or is removed from disability status by a court order. New Mexico
Does child support end when the child graduates from high school even if they are a full-time college student?
In almost every state child support stops at 18 years old, 19 if still in high school. If you want the other parent to help pay for College, you must have a stipulation put in the Divorce/Child Support decree. In almost every state there is no way to enforce a parent to pay Child Support past the age of majority. Check the laws in your state for exact age.
Don't know if it is a New York support order? if new york order, I believe they collect thru age 21. Each state is different
Maybe. Even though most child support obligations will cease once the child reaches the legal age of majority for the state in which he or she resides the child support order always dictates when suchsupport should end. If the concerned parent does not have a copy of the support order they can contact the clerk of the court where the support order was mandated for officialinformation.
How do you know when to stop paying child support when the court order doesn't have an ending date for child support to stop?
Usually reasons for child support to end are because the child graduated from high school, oe the child has married. If the order does not designate a specific date for the support to end, the termination date would be when the child reaches the legal age of majority of the state in which they reside. Please be advised, in most states a motion must be filed with the court to cease support on the grounds… Read More
That depends on what your child support order says. In Oregon child support can be ordered after 18 if the child is a student. Check your child support order.
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.
Depends on your state laws. Some states have laws that any overpaid child support can be requested from the parent who received the support and if not, you can sue them for the overpayment. Check on your local state laws. Answer You must request the court (most forms are readily available at the courthouse or online) to end the responsibility. Otherwise, you are still on the hook for payments. If the child is in college… Read More
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.
The child never "takes over." The CP has a claim to any and all unpaid child support (except for amounts owed to the State as reimbursement for assistance issued) until it's paid.
Yes, but not automatically. A motion to modify must be entered. See link below for all state laws and procedures on this.