You Can’t File Income Withholding Termination Order Until Child Turns 18

Can’t File Income Withholding Termination Order Until Child Turns 18 And Graduates From High School

The court’s have become very strict lately with the filing of termination of income withholding orders.

We used to be able to process them with the divorce court a few weeks before they met the criteria as it always takes a few weeks for the court to process them. Then they have to be served on the employer which adds additional time.

Now, the courts are not allowing us to file the termination order until the minor child has turned 18 and graduated from high school.

The problem this cause is that it always results in an overpayment of child support due to the court delays in signing the orders.

Tim Blankenship – who has written posts on Divorce 661.


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