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No, under Louden v. Olpin ["Louden"] (1981) 118 Cal.App.3d 565 , 173 Cal.Rptr. 447,

You can't force the non-custodial parent to do anything other than pay support

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Q: Does the custodial parent have to agree if you want to relinquish your parental rights?
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