Child Support Payment Letter Sample

Overview

A child support payment letter can be written following different angles. It may be issued by the parent who is due child support or from one who is paying the amount on a periodic basis. There are many different situation in which a child support payment letter can be written including:

• Denying or questioning paternity
• Disputing calculations
• Payment end dates
• Asking for calculation details
• Indicating extenuating circumstances
• Change of circumstances

Any of these can warrant an individual (either payee or receiver) writing a child support letter. Regardless of the circumstances that you are in, you will need to provide detailed information on why the letter is being written and what you expect to bring out of it. Details of payments, tenures and circumstances should be made evident in a child support payment letter, so that it can be made obvious that you want to communicate something of importance.

Let us take a situation that indicates missing payments, that bear the need to write a child support payment letter. This would be addressed to the payer. And here is how it can be written:

 

Child Support Payment Letter Sample

 

Sarah Liam
2535 Harrier Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 78965
Tel: (555) 555-5555
Sarah @ email . com

December 12, 2015

Mr. Blake Nelson
212 Corner Road
Virginia Beach, VA 12365

 

Dear Mr. Nelson:

I would like to bring to your notice that I have not received the child support payment for our son Joshua Nelson for the previous two months (October and November 2015). As decided between us (with the intervention of legal counsels from both sides), you are required to pay a monthly amount of $1500 into my bank account by or on the 5th of each month.

Please note that it is physically impossible for me to pay for Joshua’s education and handle his daily expenses on my own as I can only work part time due to my illness. As Joshua is growing up, so are his needs and I need to be able to meet them as much as possible. I understand that things are uncertain at your workplace and I sympathize with your situation. However, I am at the edge myself and need the $1500 at the very minimum to be able to make ends meet.

At this point in time, I do not want to involve my lawyer and would like this to be sorted out between us. Please have the arrears arranged to be deposited into my account as soon as possible.

Thank you,

 

Sincerely,

(Signature)
Sarah Liam
2535 Harrier Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 78965
Tel: (555) 555-5555








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