The "age of majority" refers to the legal age established under state law when an individual is no longer a minor and can make certain legal decisions on their own behalf.
In most states, child support ends when a child turns 18 or graduates from high school, whichever occurs first. Because the age of majority varies so widely from state to state, it is important to check the laws of your particular state to see which age applies, and whether there are any other circumstances that would extend child support.
Distinct PRTF units of state operated psychiatric hospitals serving individuals ages 18-22 are exempt from licensure pursuant to Title 63 O. In addition, the following requirements must be met:(1) Restraint and seclusion reporting requirements.
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(a) Inpatient psychiatric hospitals or psychiatric units provide treatment in a hospital setting 24 hours a day.
Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities (PRTF) provide non-acute inpatient facility care for members who have a behavioral health disorder and need 24-hour supervision and specialized interventions.
Some states, however, allow child support to continue beyond 18 in certain circumstances, such as if the child is still living at home and attending high school, or if the child has special needs.
Moreover, in all states, you must take additional steps to terminate your court-ordered child support obligations or face paying or receiving payments beyond the actual child support end date.
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