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No, the legal age of majority in Kansas is 18, child support is for the child not for the custodial parent. Although the mother may be giving the funds to the young lady for her living expenses, if the minor has not been legally emancipated or deemed a ward of court order (in which case support money would be kept by the state), she should be residing with a custodial parent or legal guardian. The parent paying the support should contact the attorney who handled the original support issue or the clerk of the court where the order was issued to learn the options available. DO NOT arbitrarily cease suppport payments as it is always a possibility you could be found in violation of a court order, always wait until you have obtained qualified legal counsel.

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Q: Is it all right for a 17-year-old in Kansas who is still in school to live on her own and the mother to still receive child support?
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Can a mother without custody receive child support?

The child support is to "support the child"...figure it out.


Does the mother have a right to receive support after giving up her kids?

Spousal support or alimony, possibly. Child support, no.


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How old does a child need to be to get child support?

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Can a mother still receive child support if she gets married?

Yes, nothing stops a child support payment. The amount received is regardless of the financial status of the mother or the new husband.


Can a illegal mother gets child support?

First, there is no such thing as an illegal mother. Any parent, male or female, single, married, divorced or separated, may receive child support.


Can a mother receive child support if she is getting unemployment?

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Can the mother that stays with the babys father still receive child support?

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Can I stop my child support in the state of Kansas since my daughter is 18 and a mother?

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Is it all right for a 17-year-old in New York who is still in school to live on her own and the mother to still receive child support?

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Can the mother still receive child support if the child lives with grandparents?

Yes if the grandparents do not report it. Legally no.


If the father has custody and the mother does not work will she be made to pay child support?

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Should custodial FATHERS receive child support?

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Can a mother receive child support if she has signed over her rights?

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Your niece lives with you but her mother receives child support how can your niece receive it instead?

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Can a 26-year-old child receive back child support?

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Can the mother agree to stop child support in Texas?

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Would child support unit goes after the father for child support if you the mother receive energy assistant grant?

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How much child support do pay with two kids?

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