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Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Monday, June 25, 2012

More on New IN Law

From the Herald Bulletin:

INDIANAPOLIS — A new state law that drops the cutoff age for child support in Indiana is raising questions about how the courts may interpret it.

On July 1, the age of emancipation in Indiana moves from 21 to 19, automatically terminating child support payments for almost anyone who has turned 19.

Family law experts predict a period of confusion as judges, lawyers and families figure out how to apply the new law to existing child support orders and agreements.

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In Oklahoma Courts the cutoff age is 18 or if the child is still enrolled in high school, up to the age of 20.

Posted by: Divorce Forms | Jun 25, 2012 5:55:14 AM

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