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What age does child support end in Alabama?

Child support in Alabama ends when the child turns 18 or leaves school whichever happens LAST.

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In Cullman , AL the court is still forcing a mother to pay a financially secure father child support every week for their nine teen year old son. This son has lived with his mother since he was 16 and was badly beaten by his father. If the mother is layed off from her job the father has her put in jail for failure to pay.

The child has not seen his father in three year and has received zero money from his father. The mother is also loosing sight in one eye. This may not be legal but these folks make up their own rules.

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I am 47. I have a 50 year old ex. She is still getting back due child support for our 30 year old daughter.So go figure.

Do you have a magic attorney?

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My question involves child support in the State of: Georgia. Im just wanting to clarify what my papers say in regards to my child support. If you can, in your professional opinions, tell me when you think my support stops.

Below is what the papers say. Thanks in advance. "....and shall continue every month thereafter until the child attains the age of 18 years, marries, dies, becomes self-supporting, or graduates from high school, whichever event first occurs.

Each such child support payment shall be made not later than the 15th day of each month. I didn't think it would be that hard for those of you that know the terms and lingo involved. If it makes my question any easier...My child received her high school diploma yesterday 5-30-09.

I didn't think it would be that hard for those of you that know the terms and lingo involved. If it makes my question any easier...My child received her high school diploma yesterday 5-30-09. Your CS obligation ended when she graduated.

Do you have any younger children on this CS order? If you do, you'll need to file for a modification. No more kids.

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