THe deciding question is whether the child is dependant on the party who receives child support. If the child does not, you will have to file a complaint for modification.
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Child support doesn't "end" until you go to court and secure an order terminating it. Speak to a lawyer about the procedure and requirements.
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The issue for the Judge depends upon how much he is earning and what the parent is contributing to his support. It would end at 21 otherwise. Need to file a Complaint for Modification to have a Judge rule on this.
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