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My son turned 21. How do i stop paying child support on him?

Q) My son turned 21 and is no longer living with his mother or going to college. How do i stop paying on him.

A) You need to contact your local clerk’s office for information on how to get a court order to terminate your child support payments as you child is now an adult at legal age. If your salary is being garnished child support will continue until the payroll department receives the court order “release” to stop the deductions. You need to contact the clerk’s office in the county where your divorce was finalized to find out what they need from you to issue the release. The clerk’s office will need your employer’s address information.




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  1. I do not know who the heavy black lady is in the office that works up in the Stuttgart office, but she is horrible! She is so rude and acts like it annoys the mess out of her to have to answer any questions at all. I don’t know why they would have such an awful troll answering the phones up there. It’s bad enough that the other parent is not doing what they need to do to help with the responsibilities that they should be. And to have to deal with her when you are trying to get her and her stank attitude is just about too much. I’m almost positive that I’m not the only one who has had to deal with her negativity when they called in, I can’t be!

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