A) The age at which child support can be transferred to a child instead of the custodial parent can vary depending on the state or country where the child support order was issued and the terms of the order itself. In most cases, child support is paid to the custodial parent to help cover the child’s living expenses until the child reaches the age of majority or another designated age specified in the order.
Once the child reaches the age of majority or other specified age, some child support orders may allow for payments to be made directly to the child if certain conditions are met. However, this can depend on the specific terms of the order, so it’s important to review the details of the order and consult with a family law attorney or legal professional to determine the best course of action.
If you have questions about your specific child support order and when payments can be made directly to your daughter, you may wish to contact your local child support agency or a family law attorney for more information. They can help you understand your rights and obligations under the order and provide guidance on how to proceed.