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Answered 2007-08-07 16:08:32

NO, giving up parental rights doesnt absolve one from financial responsibilty of a child you bore, unless the other person agrees.

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Can a man in Texas give up his rights and stop paying support if there is no adoption in volved?

It's possible to give up his rights but he will not get out of paying child support.





Can a father terminate parental rights of an unborn child in Texas can i still file for child support?

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Can a father give up his parental rights in Texas?

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What is mothers custody rights when unmarried in Texas and?

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