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Author Topic: what happens when a child is not 18 years of age"  (Read 1129 times)

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what happens when a child is not 18 years of age"
« on: Jan 29, 2004, 08:14:59 AM »



but has dropped out of high school and is obtaining a GED. Does child support continue?

Is the custodial parent under any obligation to let child support know if for some reason the child is not in his/her custody for a period of time?

If so what consequences are there if he/she does not let child support know that the child is/was not in his/her custody?

 


 

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