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Child Support in Alabama
According to Alabama Child Support Laws, a court will order a set amount for a parent to provide to the other. However, if the parent providing child support shows that the amount is unfair, then the court will permit the parents to negotiate a written agreement for a new amount. There must be a standardized Child Support Guidelines form and Child Support Income Statement/Affidavit that must be filed. If there is a failure to pay this support, then that will result in a suspension of Driver's License. The non-custodial parent is not required to pay child support after the child has been emancipated, is the age of 19, or graduates high school. However, the non-custodial parent is obligated to pay child support if the child attends college and is not working.