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How long does a parent have to pay child support in Washington state?

Child support payments in Washington are not necessarily permanent. They may last only for a certain period and may not end at 18 years of age. For answers to your questions about how long a parent has to pay child support in Washington state, talk to a child custody attorney.

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For answers to your questions about child support, or to modify an existing child support order, or to determine if you no longer need to pay child support, speak to a Seattle family lawyer.

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