After a child has been raised, is the parent who raised them able to sue for back child support?

Back Child Support Child Support

After a child has been raised, is the parent who raised them able to sue for back child support?

This depends on the law in the state where the parents live. In some states, the parent who was to receive child support can collect support owed even after the children are adults. The parent who was supposed to pay child support cannot claim that the child support is too old to be collected, or that the other parent should have tried to collect sooner, except to the extent collection is barred by the statute of limitations.

Read more to video related video clips.