Hi, thanks for the reply.
As I still live in Germany, and he lives with his mother in the US, I guess German law still applies.
If he is no longer studying, then I can stop payments thought right?
Many thanks again.
One last question, he completed his studies in Germany late last year, and may decide to take some courses at a technical college in the USA.
How does one qualify "studying" in relation to Germany Law when making child maintenance payments?
Thanks in advance,
super, that helps
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