A Letter to Stop Child Support is a document that can be used when one of the parents (or legal guardians) would like to terminate the child support they receive (or pay). The purpose of the document is to request the appropriate court to terminate the child support order.
This letter can be used in various situations. For example, when the child turns 18 years old and is no longer a minor, the custodial parent can file a Letter to Stop Child Support to the court. It can be done due to the fact that some states do not terminate the child support order automatically. However, it can also depend on what is stated in the order itself - sometimes they are valid until a certain date or event (marriage, joining the army, etc.).
Before submitting this document a parent should check whether the court has developed a specific form for this letter. If not, they can use a Sample Letter to Stop Child Support which is available for download below.
Generally, a Letter to Stop Child Support is supposed to provide the court with information about the involved parties, the request to terminate the child support court order, and the reasons why they should do so.
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