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    april hurst Guest

    Thumbs up ending 22 yrs. of missouri child support

    There are 2 daughters, 20&21, when and how can we reduce, modify, or end our missour child support obiligations. do they have to maintain 12 or 15 hrs. of college to be full-time students.
    HELP! We are obligated as one payment for both.


    reply to e-mail: [email]sunnyone@e.carthage.com[/email]
    Thank you.
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    Re: ending 22 yrs. of missouri child support

    Originally posted by april hurst
    There are 2 daughters, 20&21, when and how can we reduce, modify, or end our missour child support obiligations. do they have to maintain 12 or 15 hrs. of college to be full-time students.
    HELP! We are obligated as one payment for both.


    reply to e-mail: [email]sunnyone@e.carthage.com[/email]
    Thank you.
    If they are enrolled in vocational school or college then your support continues until they finish, or are 22. What the rules are about being full time or the hours they need to be in college, I don't know. For that you will have to discuss with a local attorney.

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