If you are a parent paying child support, it may seem like those payments will never end, and that’s especially true if you don’t agree with the amount the court ordered you to pay.
But child support does end, and that completion date may be different depending on the circumstances.
Let’s take a look at the factors that affect the termination date of your child support payments, so that you’re aware when your child support responsibilities end.
Situations That Terminate Your Child Support Payments
In 2010, the state of Florida established a law that required every child support order to contain an automatic termination provision that provided the date on which payments would end.