There are four ways to terminate child support orders, according to MassLegalHelp. If the child no longer lives with the parent receiving the support, or if the child begins living with the parent who is paying child support, the child support ends.Continue Reading
If the parents get back together, or if the child is no longer financially dependent on either parent, child support also terminates with these conditions, explains MassLegalHelp.
It is important to note that most child support orders end at the age of majority, which varies based on state, MassLegalHelp notes. If the parents decide to get back together, however, there are things to consider. If the parents are living together or not factors into when to terminate the child support agreement. Child support payments do not terminate until the judge has approved the paperwork.Learn more about Child Support & Custody