Anderson, IN asked in Child Support for Indiana

Q: Does my child have to be in school for me to recieve child support

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Clarissa Finnell
Clarissa Finnell
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  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Licensed in Indiana

A: Child support can be ordered from birth until a child turns 19 years of age or is otherwise emancipated. There are circumstances under which an 18 year old may be emancipated for child support purposes if not in school or enrolled to be in school. If you believe your child may qualify for emancipation, contact a family law attorney to review the specific facts of your case.

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