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Dear JACUSTOMER - It is unlikely that any child support will be ordered. Ohio requires support until the child turns 18 or graduates from high school but in no case beyond the age of 19. Assuming the daughter is not going to high school or is graduating this year then I see no way that there would be an order of support.
Not necessarily if she is living at home. I really don't see a problem if she is going to be emancipated in two months by turning 18. It is doubtful that there could even be an order done that quickly. The worst case scenario would be two months of child support.
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