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Emancipated at 19: The Change in Child Support Statutes & the Effect on Your Family Law Case
Continuing Legal Education
Effective July 1, 2012, the law regarding a parent's duty to support a child changed dramatically. While previously a parent was obligated to pay child support until a child was 21 years of age absent certain conditions, the new law will terminate child support as of the child's 19th birthday.
Learn the details about the law, its potential effect on your family law case, how to advise your clients in light of the change and how these statutory provisions intersect with existing case law regarding educational orders.
(Disclaimer: Video presentation only. Speakers guide you through the handout materials. There is no accompanying PowerPoint. Occasionally, the speaker moves outside of the video range; however, all audio is captured.)
Attorneys in Indiana can currently receive up to six hours of credit per three year educational period through approved distance education activities. If you attended the live version of the program you cannot receive credit for viewing the program again online.
Please NOTE: Plus CLE members who select the free (no credit) registration option will not receive credit for viewing this program. If you wish to receive credit, please select the "Member" registration option.
- Event Code
- Credit Hours
- 1.00 CLE (General)
- Eric N. Engebretson, Whitham Hebenstreit & Zubek LLP; Richard A. Mann, Richard A. Mann PC
- June 11, 2012