Does unemployment automatically take out child support?
If you have a valid child support order and you lose your job, your state can deduct child support payments from your unemployment check. Your child support order remains in effect even if you're not working, meaning you still owe the monthly payment established by the court.
What happens to back child support when the child turns 18?
Those who are late making child support payments are said to be "in arrears." As noted above, this debt does not go away, even after the child turns 18. Even with these differences, however, the rule is that child support payments must continue until the arrears balance is paid in full, regardless of the child's age.
Does child support end when custodial parent dies?
Generally, though, the legal and financial obligation of the deceased parent to the children does not end with their death. Thus, in many cases, child support will be ordered to continue but this is not guaranteed.
Can a mother request no child support?
The court will usually order NO child support until that parent is released. You can only stop paying after you have a court order telling you that you may stop. You can file a Motion to Terminate Child Support or a Motion to Modify Child Support, explaining to the court how the circumstances have changed.