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Paternity pay confirmation letter template

Reviewed 26 September 2018

A model paternity pay confirmation letter template to assist you in managing this event with a best practice method.

Paternity pay confirmation

[Sender name]

[Sender address]


[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

Dear [Recipient first name],

Paternity Pay

Thank you for advising us that you intend to take [one weeks/two weeks] [paid/unpaid] paternity leave [from the predetermined date of [date]/beginning on the date on which your child is born/beginning [number] days after your child is born].

We confirm that you are eligible to take [paid/unpaid] statutory paternity leave as requested. If you wish at a later date to change the dates of your paternity leave, you must notify [name] no later than 28 days before your intended revised start date.

[The statutory entitlement is to take one or two weeks paternity leave and I note that you have indicated your intention to take only one weeks leave. You should be aware that your statutory entitlement is to take a single block of paternity leave. As you have chosen to take only one weeks paternity leave, you will not be entitled to take any further paternity leave at another time in respect of the same child.]

Please note that you should inform me of your childs d

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