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The federal child support guidelines deal with child support and this is a federal matter. In most cases courts tend to use the 22-year-old cut off because in most cases a child can complete a first degree by 22.
However, this is always done on a case-by-case basis. There is no law that says child-support ends at 22.
So really you have to wait and see what happens at me to 22.
As well, there have been many cases where a child is determined to still be entitled to child support for a second degree.
So you cannot go by any specific age cut off.