Stop using Family Sharing on Mac
If you’re the family organizer, you can stop Family Sharing and disband the Family Sharing group by removing yourself from it. Afterward, each person who was in your group may be able to join or set up another group. However, each person can only join two family groups per year. (Rejoining a family group or creating a new one counts against this limit.)
If your group includes children under 13 (age varies by country or region), you must first transfer them to a different Family Sharing group before you can stop Family Sharing.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Settings, then click Family in the sidebar.
If you don’t see Family, you don’t have Family Sharing set up.
Click [your name], click Stop next to Stop Using Family Sharing, then follow the onscreen instructions.
If you stop Family Sharing, members keep purchases they initiated and paid for using the shared credit card, but immediately lose access to other things the family shares.
Other family members’ items no longer appear in the Purchased section of the App Store and Music app, or the Family Purchases section of Apple Books.
DRM-protected music, movies, TV shows, books, and apps originally purchased by one family member and downloaded by others can be used only by the original purchaser.
In-app purchases become unavailable if they were made using an app originally purchased by someone else. Former family members can regain access to their in-app purchases by purchasing the app.
Family members’ device locations no longer appear in the Find My app on your Mac, iOS device, or iPadOS device, or on iCloud.com.