Q: terminate child support, joined the millitary.
How do I fill out the affidavit to obtain termination of child support. He joined the military, and his mother has agreed to terminate the support. I only have 4 boxes to check, he died, he got married, he's 19, and the child has been emancipated by court order form ______. None of these fit the description.
A: You aren't required to use a specific form to make this request. Many of the forms available on the court's website do allow you to handwrite changes to match your situation. That may be a possibilty here if your court will accept it with a handwritten change. If they won't and you get stuck, you may need to look into getting an attorney to draft the request for you.
A: You can try writing in the correct reasoning and having both parents sign off and have signatures notarized. However, depending on how much your child support is each month, your best bet is likely to just hire a lawyer to draft a Stipulated Termination so the lawyer can reference your specific financial orders and prepare a proposed Order for the Court that is more likely to be accepted and signed without hearing. Best wishes to you!
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