Thankyou to those that took the time to read through that long ass post. And a greater thanks to those that posted.
Here's how my father responded to my feelings:
While I was trying to maintain composure, he had told me that he hadn't honestly read it in detail. That he had skimmed over it in haste as he wanted to avoid the lawyer's $250/hr charges. According to him, the lawyer, during thier previous session had asked only a few questions:
1. How long has he been in school?
2. What is he studying?
3. Got a girlfriend?
4. What does he drive?
5. When do you want the child support to end?
It was from these questions that the lawyer drafted the letter. My father expressed his opinion that it doesn't matter what the legal document said. He understood that what it said in english was hurtfull, though he didn't comprehend it at the time due to english as his second language.
My concern is that this IS a legal document, and although these may not be his exact words, he agreed to them by signing the letter. On top of that, as this is a legal court document, it is avaible to the public. This document could be used against me should for some reason I am placed in a senario where financial matters are concerned, seeing how this makes me out to be a gold digger.
He told me that he was sorry for the wording of the letter but that it doesn't matter because it is just ment to end the child support. I told him, if he was really sorry, he'd go back to his lawyer and redraft the letter. I don't care about the money, I never have, it's the reasons indicated on the emancipation documentation that make me out to be this terrible person. I guess we'll see if that hit on anything.
By the way, my mother wants to bring him to court. To argue that the "facts" that he mentioned in the letter are false. I don't know what exactly will come of it or whether it is even worth it (ie, hiring a lawyer, court fees, ect.)