The depends on whether child support in your state stops at that time. Only a few states do. see links below
no if she is 18 and not in collage.z
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
That depends on the state.
In a word, no.
No - if the child is grown up you cannot get child support.
A child has to be eighteen before the child support ends for a child. You then cant apply for child support than or you can get anymore for that child once you are eighteen you are done.
You need to visit the court, notify it that the child has reached eighteen years of age, and inquire about ending the child support order.
No, they are an adult.
By not stopping your addiction, doing it over and over and over again. How else would you support it?
I will support my daughter's cheerleading team.