I see. Thank you for providing that information, David.
Child support does typically terminate at the age of 18 under NC law. While it can continue if the child remains enrolled in college following high school graduation until the age of 20, since your decree specifically states that support continues only through the age of 18, that would typically govern your case.
could petition the court to modify the order of support, but since none of the parties continue to reside in NC, CO courts would normally have jurisdiction over the matter at this point, so you could have the modification heard in CO. It appears from your new information that the order has been registered in CO.
Under CO law, child support typically continues until the child reaches 19 year of age. Here is a link that summarizes CO law as that would typically dictate your case if you had the order registered in CO. So even though the order says 18, CO law would dictate that support terminate at the age of 19:
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