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When Does Child Support End?
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When Does Child Support End?


When Does Child Support End?

Court-ordered child support usually ends when the child:

  • marries,
  • dies,
  • is emancipated,
  • turns 18 and is not a full-time high school student, or
  • turns 19,

whichever occurs first.

Parents may agree to support a child longer. The court may also order that both parents continue to support a disabled adult child that is not self-supporting.

If you have questions or concerns regarding your court-ordered child support, or if you need advice about an impending child support hearing, give our offices a toll-free call. We will create a case plan specifically designed for your needs and to your particular situation. Set up your free consultation today.