How Long Does Child Support Last?

It depends. I know, that is not a definitive answer; however, it depends on the situation.

Generally, child support payments terminate when the child reaches the age of 18. Of course, there are exceptions to this rule. To continue reading, visit the Family Law Blog at www.hatcherlawgroup.com.

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Ms. Marissa Ann Coyle

Licensed since 2011

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Licensed since 2011

Member at firm Hatcher Law Group

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