Child Support Termination Letter [Free Samples]

Learn how to write a child support termination letter. Use our sample child support termination letters as templates for your letter.

Sample 1 – Child Support Termination Letter

Lisa Brown
7806 Mystic View Turn
Cherry Hill , N.J. 08045

DATE

Raymond Allen
Department of Revenue Child Support Enforcement
7820 Court View Turn
Cherry Hill, N.J. 08002

Dear Raymond,

This is in regards to my child support case [Case Number], which your office handled on [DATE].

I had demanded [$1700] per month in child support payments for my then six-year-old daughter Sarah Brown from her father Shelton Brown in the initial court file.

Please be advised that Shelton Brown and I reached an understanding last month and are currently discussing reconciling.

In light of the current developments, I’d want to withdraw my request for payment of the monthly sum of [$1700] as child support.

I’ve given this a lot of thought, and I’m aware of the implications of my decision if our reconciliation fails

I respectfully request that you cancel my initial child support case and notify both me and Shelton Brown at your earliest convenience.

Sincerely,

Lisa Brown

Sample 2 – child support termination letter

Andrew Brown
3020 Lovers Lane
Cherry Hill , N.J. 08045

DATE

Raymond Allen
Department of Revenue Child Support Enforcement
7820 Court View Turn
Cherry Hill, N.J. 08002

Dear Raymond,

This is in regards to my child support case [Case Number], which your office handled on [DATE].

Caring for my daughter, Celeste, has been one of the greatest blessings of my life. She has always been my top priority and I want to begin by saying that that will never change.

Though I only get to see her every other weekend and on holidays, providing support to her has always been a top priority of mine.

There have been many times that I have done without to make sure that she had what she needed. She is a wonderful girl and I am proud to be her dad.

While my relationship with my daughter is great, and I understand the need for providing support, I have fallen on some hard times.

Because of this financial pinch, I am forced to ask to suspend my child support payments for a period of six months, or terminate if things do not improve.

As you well know, I was employed by ABC Corporation for 10 years and was one of the top tier employees. Sadly, top tier employees are often the ones that are cut first in times of financial crisis.

There was a round of budget cuts and I was laid off from my position on [DATE]. I will be fortunate enough to receive

Unemployment benefits, but this will not be enough to keep a roof over my head and utilities paid, let alone paying for child support.

This lay off didn’t come as a surprise, as things were getting tight and I was able to save some back for a rainy day.

I want you to know that my layoff was not because of anything that I personally did. I always performed quality work and maintained a professional behavior at the plant.

I have attached a copy of my layoff letter that also has a letter of recommendation for job hunting.

I am not the type of father who is trying to negate their responsibilities. I want to be able to provide for my child, but right now I don’t have the salary to do it with.

I don’t smoke, drink, have any hobbies and I barely just scrape by. I am currently looking for work with numerous companies and hoping to have a position soon.

I am only requesting this suspension until I am able to get back on my feet. I appreciate your time and consideration in this matter. Attached is the layoff letter.

Sincerely,

Andrew Brown

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