I have two children who are older than 18, but I still have child support arrears to catch up on. Will the state continuing garnishing the full amount (current support and arrears) or will it be recalculated?
One of the orders was set in Texas and the other one in California, although I recently started receiving both statements from Missouri (where I now live).
I do not practice law in your state. Therefore, I cannot inform you as to the specific laws of your state and can only provide you with general tips on your situation.
The procedures in each state are different regarding putting an end to child support withholdings once a child turns 18.
In theory once the child support enforcement agency in Missouri is informed that the children have turned 18, they should notify Texas and California and you should get credit towards the arrears for any overage that you paid on the current payments.
However, because the law differs from state to state, I would highly suggest consulting with an attorney in your home state first and then branching out to Texas and California if it becomes necessary. Fortunately large firms like Cordell & Cordell have attorneys licensed in all three states.
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