Does child support continue after 18 years of age in the state of Alabama?

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According to the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) child support in Alabama lasts until age 19 or graduation from high school. The Alabama Attorney General states that age 19 is legal adulthood for a single person.Source:NCSL: Termination of Child Support and Support Beyond MajorityS.P.A.R.C.: Termination of Child Support and Support Beyond MajorityState of Alabama Office of the Attorney General: Frequently Asked Questions and TipsMore Information:Alabama Department of Human Resources: Child Support EnforcementAlabama Divorce & Family Law Attorney Blog: Alabama Divorce Law: Must I Pay Child Support...
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