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What state are you in?
His support will be over. The only way for it to continue after age 18 is for him to be enrolled for 12 hours at a college or post secondary education like a technical school. If he is enrolled in college it will not terminate until 21.
Entry into the military results in automatic termination.
I understand that he is not in the military yet. However, unless he is enrolled full time in college it terminates at 18 anyway.
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