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If you are forced to give up your parental rights in the state of Illinois can you be forced to pay child support?

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In most cases the court has the power to permanently terminate parental rights but require the parent(s) to pay all or partial support of the minor child/children. Cases are adjudicated on an individual basis.
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If a mother has not seen her child in six years hasn't called and has not paid child support can she be forced to give up all parental rights?

In Wisconsin in the same circumstance the mother still has rights to the children until an order is put in place by going through mediation to have sole custody. I was told th

When I give up parental rights do you have to pay child support in the state of Maryland?

It may help to understand the point of view of the law. You have a child. You are responsible to care for and provide forthat child until it becomes an adult. Almost nothing

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Can a stepfather be forced to pay child support in Illinois?

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Do you have to pay child support in the state of Illinois if you give up your paternal rights?

You cannot just "give up" parental rights (which is a different thing than custodial rights). Termination of parental rights has to be approved by a judge and normally they wi

In the state of Oklahoma if a noncustodial parent gives up all parental rights to her child does she still have to pay child support or can it be dropped?

Courts usually only allows parent to give up parental rights if the  child is being adopted. But if they would allow her, it would be  for the custodial parent to decide whe