I have placement of my daughetr she lives with me and attends college and stays at the dorm for 9 months minus vacation time does my ex have the right to take me to court to pay my daughter support during college years ?
That all depends on the terms of your decree or controlling support order. Review that with an experienced family law attorney
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The question makes no sense. Are you asking whether the ex, who is the custodial parent, can take you to court for child support if the child is in college and actually living with you? Then the answer is yes.
If the ex has custody of the child, then until that order is terminated, you are obligated to pay no matter the actual facts. That's the operative rule today: orders are entered and remain in effect despite the actual facts, and petitions have to be filed to undo those orders
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