My son is 13 and lives with his mom and step dad. Recently, he has started getting into a lot of trouble, kicked out of school, running away, fighting with siblings. He refuses to come visit me even though I have court ordered visitation.
Support and Parenting Plans are two different animals. So, the answer is yes, you have to continue to pay support until the conditions in the Order of Support are met or you change the Order. That is why some parents have to pay for their child to go to college or vocational schools after they turn 18. Remember, at 18 the Parenting Plan is worthless and has no control over the child?
You may have other remedies and you ought to talk to a lawyer as soon as you can do so.
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