File a voluntary dismissal of appeal letting the court know that you no longer want to prosecute the appeal that you filed.
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Most courts will accept a basic Motion which simply states "for the following reasons, I am withdrawing my appeal." There is no standard form. However, be aware that if your ex filed a cross appeal, you dismissing your appeal does not necessarily mean your ex's appeal will get dismissed.
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