Can both parents agree to stop child support?
The custodial and non custodial parent agrees that child support should be stopped. Is this possible?
Yes, both parties can sign a stipulation stating that no child support will be paid as long as the custodial parent is not receiving aid. However, the court will retain jurisdiction over child support until the child reaches the age of majority. This means that at any time, the custodial parent can go to court and request child support.