Till the child turns 21
yes you do you need to pay child support till the child has turned 21 :D
no the child support dose not stop in till the child is 18
YES... you must pay child support for your child till the age of 18 or 23 if he/she is in collage in the USA...
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no. but when a child is in college you could be responsible till he or she is 21 like in florida.
Yes. see link
For the state of Maryland in general, the support obligation ends when the child reaches 18 years of age or the child graduates from high school, whichever occurs last. A child will also automatically be ineligible for child support if that child marries, is removed from disability status by a court order, or the child dies.
Not until the court order is up, or till the child is eighteen.
It depends on the language of the order for support and the laws of the State in which that order was entered. That being said in most cases the parent most pay child support till the youngest child is 0f the age of 18 but, if said child/ children are attending schooling after the age of 18 then the parent most continue to pay support till the age of 23 ...
18 or graduation from high school, whichever is later.
yes you do if the parent the child is living with want to extend it till the end of secondary school yr
It don't stop till u stop it
If the order specifically says that support runs through age 21, contact your State's child support agency. Be patient but persistent. Good luck!
No...the father still has to provide for his kid till 18 sometimes longer
Most, if not all states say till the child turns 18 years old, or completes (or no longer enrolled in) highschool, which ever is last. So they could be 19 1/2 and still child need your support.
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
When you know what the sex of the child is going to be. If you desire to know , otherwise just buy unisex clothes till the child is born.
Yes, within the limitations of the law in individual states that set child support to the point of graduation from high school. In many states, this limit is age 19.see link
Yes, as payment made without a court order is a gift. see links below
You only have to pay support up till the age of 18 then they are no longer a child but an adult you may have to split the college but that should be arranged by the court
Until the age of 18, or if the child is still in high school it continues until the age of 19 or graduation, whichever comes first.
The court order states that when the child turns age 19, graduates high school, or is emancipated, which ever occurs first. So will it end in May after graduation or go on till my daughter turns 18. Just want to know what to expect.
That depends on what the custudy papers say; meaning that the parent that is paying may stop due to the agreement they signed. So it depends really some parents custudy papers state that this parent paying child support will pay till the child(ren) are by legal age or that they have to pay till they are in college or are in college so ask what the agreement was to see because every case varires to different ranges.
Once the child has reached majority, it's too late to establish a child support obligation. (There's a possible exception for a severely disabled child.)