3119.88 Reasons for which child support order should terminate.

Reasons for which a child support order should terminate include all of the following:

(A) The child's attainment of the age of majority if the child no longer attends an accredited high school on a full-time basis and the child support order requires support to continue past the age of majority only if the child continuously attends such a high school after attaining that age;

(B) The child ceasing to attend an accredited high school on a full-time basis after attaining the age of majority, if the child support order requires support to continue past the age of majority only if the child continuously attends such a high school after attaining that age;

(C) The child's death;

(D) The child's marriage;

(E) The child's emancipation;

(F) The child's enlistment in the armed services;

(G) The child's deportation;

(H) Change of legal custody of the child.

Cite as R.C. § 3119.88

History. Effective Date: 03-22-2001