Child Support Consultation. My daughter has graduated from a 4 yr course at McMaster in Hamilton and now has completed

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Customer: Child Support Consultation. My daughter has graduated from a 4 yr course at McMaster in Hamilton and now has completed another year at U of T.
JA: How old is your daughter?
Customer: 23yrs & 8months
JA: Is there an agreement for payment of child support?
Customer: There was I wish to terminate the court order.
JA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you.
Customer: My daughter did not live with either her mother or myself during her 4 yr attendance at McMaster University and is currently living with her grandmother while attending her second year at U of Toronto.
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Hi, my name is Arlene.  Welcome to Just Answer, I’m your expert and I’ll be assisting you today.

Just a general disclaimer that this conversation is for informational purposes and I am not your lawyer. The information discussed is for general use only and a lawyer would be necessary to preserve any of your legal rights. Please note that the system may ask you to participate in a live call.  This is an automatic feature and I typically work only through the chat option

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Some support orders or domestic contracts set a “terminating event” that ends support payments. For example, a terminating event for child support could be the child leaving school or starting full-time work.

Both the payor and recipient must agree that a terminating event has occurred for FRO to stop enforcing support payments without a court order.

If you have a court order that ends support, send a copy to the FRO. Or if you believe a terminating event has happened, contact the FRO.

If none of the above apply you will need a court order that ends support.

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I'm aware of the process of termination I want to know in my case what does the law state. My understanding is if the child did not live with either parent a judge may rule to lower child support payments or cancel support payments.
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ARLENEP41, Expert

let me double check that is not my understanding.  I want to confirm that this is Ontario correct?

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Ontario
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ARLENEP41, Expert

ok

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ARLENEP41, Expert

Unfortunately, there is nothing that says if a child does not live with either parent while in school support payments may be reduced

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I've read otherwise under Ontario Law for child support. okay Bye
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bye all the best

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