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What is the Indiana State law on stopping child support?

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Indiana state law. Says that if child has reached the age of 19 years or has been emancipated. Or is married or in the armed services .Child support can be stopped.

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In Indiana, child support continues until the age of 18, regardless of the child's high school standing.


By "compromising" the arrearage with the other parent and/or the State (and the court).


I doubt it - support and visitation are different matters.


In Indiana, you will have to pay child support up until your child turns 19 years of age or finishes college. The child support does not automatically stop so you will have to file with the courts to stop the child support once your child hits the age of 19 years old or is finished with college.



NADCU has something to do with custodial arrears with regard to Indiana child support.


Every state honors child support orders. The original support order would stipulate when the support is to end.


In any state, if your child is underage and is having a child of their own, you are still untitled to pay child support unless you or the other parent get the child emicapated.


Each state is different, there is a possibility that child support would have to be paid until the child is 24 as long as the child is in college. Some states it is 21.


The depends on whether child support in your state stops at that time. Only a few states do. see links below



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In Indiana, you will have to pay child support until your child reaches 18 years of age. If the child decides to go to college full-time, you will have to continue to pay child support until they graduate or drop out of college.



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The IRS and or State of Indiana may prosecute you for filing false returns; also, the child support obligor may seek to reopen the matter on the grounds that the order was based on fraudulent evidence.


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