My child is going to be 18 in April and was supposed to graduate in May . My support obligation is set to end May 2019. She went to live with her mom in June and in October the court ordered full placement with her mom and child support. Her mother doesn't have her priorities right and allows our daughter to do whatever without any push or oversight. Partially as a result of this, our daughter is going to be a half credit short to graduate in May. She and her mom were offered a correspondence course that would allow them to complete this credit in time for graduation but they likely won't get this done either. Will my child support obligation extends beyond May and is there any way to stop that from happening since this wasn't my fault at all? I even offered to have our daughter come to my house to do the work so that it actually gets completed.
Review the separation agreement. If it says your obligation ends in May 2019, then it ends in May 2019. If it says it ends when she finishes school, then you're going to have to keep paying. If it says one thing, but you disagree and think it should be the other, then you'll have to file a motion back in family court to have it reviewed and change it to what you think it should be.
You will need to file a Motion to Terminate your child support obligation and allege the facts that you stated in your question as the basis for your Motion.
Child support ends in Wisconsin at age 18 or no later than 19 if trying to complete their high school degree.
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