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In most states the legal age of majority is 18. What determines the length of time that child support is to be paid are the terms of the child support order. The best choice is for the obligated parent to have the support order assessed by a qualified family law attorney

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Q: If your child moves out of the custodial home at the age of 18 do you still pay child support?
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