Q: daughter is 18 and her father denied me paying child support. She is going to college now can he still get me for it now
He denied child support in original custody case 8 years ago. But is now threatening to put me on child support.
A: In the State of Maryland child support ends when the child turns 18 or graduates high school whichever is later. It does not continue because the child is attending college. Nor can he file for back support in Maryland. Support is only from the date of filing for it, not before that.
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