The final guide in our series, dealt with the ongoing issues you might face following a court order, including what to do when your ex refuses to uphold the order or attempts to change or adapt the court ruling against your wishes.To accompany the final guide we've produced two sets of sample letters which should make it easier for you to communicate your wishes - and to keep a trackable record of all communications.It will not cost you anything or affect any of the current financial and contact arrangements we have.Please can you confirm that you consent to this name change in writing to the above address or via email to [your email address].I want to change [child's first name] name to [proposed full name].My reasons for wanting to change [child's first name] are:[reasons[Child's first name]'s view on this matter is [insert view e.g. *As a person with parental responsibility, you have to consent to this name change.
Kind regards,[signature][your name]*Only include this paragraph if your child has expressed a view and is old enough to have a say in this regard (perhaps aged 9yrs and over) as clearly a toddler cannot express a reasoned view as to their name.
Here are a variety of employment letters you can edit to fit your needs.
Absence Letters Employees may need to provide an excuse letter when they miss time from work to interview or for other reasons.
In such a case, the letter provides important documentation for a lawsuit.
Correspondence comes into play at several stages during your working life, from job hunting and career exploration to negotiating an offer, accepting employment and resigning.