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poorme

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I need a little Help. My child support is not enforced by CSRU but they do document the payments. My son is 18 and will finish high school in January 2016. My divorce decree says that once he completes high school. My support will end. I went to the clerk of courts. to find out how to get it stopped. They were of no help. Can anyone tell me short of getting a lawyer how to get it stopped. Thank you.
ashleyjohn

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It depends upon the child support laws of your state. Where do you live?
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I have a similar situation.  I live in Iowa, have an unenforced case and my decree says my child support ends when my children turn 18 OR graduate high school - whichever comes first.  My son graduated a year early and is looking for more assistance for college.  He plans to attend a community college and could live with me or his mother.  My Ex thinks I should still continue to pay because if he lives there it will still cost her money.  How do I notify the 'system' that my son has graduated and therefore, per the decree the order has been fulfilled?  Do I have to hire a lawyer (my original one was disbarred) ?
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Anybody out there have any information on a strange situation I found myself in?

My son will be 18 before he graduates high school, and I live in Iowa, so I've been told that the support will continue until he graduates.  

I don't object to that, the problem is that I have been basically paying child support twice each month.  CSR takes money directly from my check and gives it to the mother, who does not provide food, clothing, school supplies, insurance, money for prescriptions, transportation, phone, etc. so I have been providing these items for him.  I am happy to support him through high school and beyond, but I see no reason to continue providing his mother with money so that she can support herself without a job.  

Any ideas on how I can go about having my payments stopped uppon his birthday so that I can start putting the extra money in aside for college?
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