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A letter to an attorney can be the first step to getting the help that is needed. There are several reasons to ask an attorney for help.

How to Write a Child Support Agreement Letter
A child support agreement letter can either be written by one of the divorcing parents, signed by the other and a witness, or it can be written by a third-party mediator such as a lawyer who will also sign the letter.

How to Write a Letter for Visitation
When a family splits up through divorce, custody of the children is given to one parent or both. If a parent doesn’t get joint custody of his or her children, the parent usually gets visitation rights and may want to request regular visitation times.

How to Write a Simple Child Support Increase Letter
Depending on your state, you may need to file a motion with the court to request an increase, or you may need to write a letter to a state agency that oversees child support to request it. Filing a motion is easy, as the paperwork walks you through it. A letter is often a bit more difficult to figure out.

Writing a Temporary Custody Letter (with Sample)
A temporary custody letter is a written document that a couple or individual writes in order to grant temporary custody of their child to a relative or friend if they intend to be away for an extended period of time.

Writing a Letter of Consent for Child to Travel with Grandparents [with Sample] 
This legally transfers the responsibility for the child to the accompanying grandparent. A child is defined as a person under the age of 18 or under whatever the age of majority is in the place where they live.

Sample Letter of Consent to Travel with one Parent
Learn how to write a letter of consent for child traveling with one parent. Use our sample letter of consent for child traveling with one parent as a template for your consent letter.