You cannot just stop paying child support. You must file a motion with the Court to have him declared emancipated and have the court order payments to cease. You should retain counsel to handle this correctly.
Without meeting with you, and knowing all the facts and circumstances of your case, my opinion is not to be construed as legal advice, just general educational information.
As previously indicated, to officially terminate your child support obligation you must secure an Order directing that the child is emancipated and that your child support obigation is terminated upon a set date. If you ex will cooperate, you can acheive this by filing a Consent Order. If your ex will not cooperate you must file a Motion with the court requesting such relief.
Kenneth A. White, Esq.
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