You should review the order of child support. The order should be clear when your duty to pay ends.
In many orders, the duty to pay child support ends when the child is 18 or graduates from high school, whichever occurs later.
In many orders, the parents are also order to pay postsecondary education support for college, technical school, or similar education.
If your child support is being collected through DSHS, the caseworker likely has entered into the computer system when to stop the collection. You can also contact the caseworker and point out when the court order ends.
If you cannot figure out when your duty to pay ends when you look over the order of child support, you should review the specific facts with your attorney.
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