If a child is 18 years old and moves out of the custodial parent's home does the custodial parent have to provide child support to the independent student?

In most cases child support ends at the age of majority, which in all but four states is 18. Alabama and Nebraska 19 and Mississippi and Pennsylvania 21. However, the support order issued by the court is the order that must be followed even if it is conflict with the state statutes pertaining to the issue at hand. Many child support orders include stipulations as to the child leaving the custodial parents home and responsibilities of the parents in regards to educational issues.