Carolyn Moller Duncan's answer The court is not going to notify you of the amount of your last payment. You need to be proactive and communicate with the child's mother that you intend to pro rate the amount so there are no surprises. If there is an income assignment, you need to be proactive with that as well so your employer will not continue to take money from your check.
That depends on how many children you are paying support. If you have only one child, then it automatically terminates upon reaching age 19 unless it meets limited exceptions to go beyond that age.
If you are paying support for more than one child, then it does not automatically terminate unless there is very specific language indicating that there is a set amount paid just for this child, however I do not see that language very often.
Carolyn Moller Duncan's answer I am sorry for your loss. Most likely you will be unable to find a attorney in Colorado that can handle your issues in Missouri. I suggest that you go online to the Missouri Bar Association website. Typically there will be a section to help people "Find A Lawyer" which allows you to enter information for the type of attorney you are looking for.
Carolyn Moller Duncan's answer Under Colorado law, child support terminates upon a child reaching the age of 19 unless they fall within certain exceptions which are (1) parties agreed otherwise in writing, (2) the child is mentally or physically disable, (3) the child is still in high school at the time he turns 19, then it terminates at the end of the month of graduation.
Unfortunately, without having an agreement in place regard payment beyond the 19th birthday, you can expect that it will terminate on his...
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