Good deal. In North Carolina, the rules are generally as follows: Absent an exception, child support terminates in North Carolina when a child reaches the age of eighteen. The two most important exceptions to this rule, for all orders entered on or after October 1, 1993, are that: 1) when a child is otherwise emancipated prior to age 18, payments terminate at that time, and 2) "if the child is still in primary or secondary school when the child reaches 18, support payments shall continue until the child graduates, otherwise ceases to attend school on a regular basis, fails to make satisfactory academic progress towards graduation, or reaches age 20, whichever comes first, unless the court in its discretion orders that payments cease at age 18 or prior to high school graduation." The other statutory exception to the rule against post-minority support applies to a child who is incapable of self-support. For such a child, the obligation of child support continues until the child is no longer physically or mentally incapable of supporting him- or herself.
Secondary school is generally thought of as high school. If a kid, for some reason, remains in high school past 18, in NC, the child support payments can be caused to be maintained up until the age of 20.
As such, since your daughter will have graduated from high school, unless the court decides to order otherwise for some reason, you will not owe child support for her after July 19, 2014.
Let me know if you have any other questions or comments.
Best wishes going forward!