no if she is 18 and not in collage.z
Yes, up to the state requirements. see links below.
Yes, if she is under the age of 18. At 18 she is an adult, but until then she is a minor and you are the parent so you pay child support.
If the daughter is no longer living with her mother, and is independent, then you could petition to end child support. If she is still in highschool, you might continue to pay with the agreement that the money transfers from mother to daughter.
I think she can, than go after him for support once she moves, she is the bread winner
it goes directly to the child.
Call the police and report them as a runaway.
18 is not the age for stopping child support in all states. If it is 18 in your state, by the time you get a court hearing the child will have aged out. see links below
Regardless, child support continues until age 21. see link
Probably not, but he should return to court and get an order terminating support (including a statement that he owes no arrearage). He should not unilaterally stop paying support.
You can lose spousal support if your boyfriend moves in with you. It is up to the courts to determine this.
did you mean "who is he 1st renter on the apartment?" your daughter would be, but if she fails to meet all requirements of the lease agreement ie.staying the term, getting pets, or roommates, or damages the property and moves out, if she does not pay for damages or rent or rent when she was supposed to stay for so long but did not, then you can be held responsible for anything owed.