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You know I want to add some more here. If you are enrolled in college here he may very well have a duty to support you under Missouri law. Both your father and your mother would share this responsibility here.
He may very well not be able to just kick you to the curb. This might be separate from his ability to ask you to leave his house. He still has the duty to provide for you here if you are enrolled in college. My sympathy to you here...
Child support may be required after the age of majority if the child enrolls in college or vocational school by October 1 following high school graduation, support may continue until age 22 or when his/her education is completed if the child:
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