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Answered 2007-03-17 21:53:34

The father cannot relinquish his parental rights until the divorce decree has been finalized. When that is done, he can file a TPR suit it may or may not be granted and he may or may not be relieved of his financial obligation. Relinquishment of parental rights is generally granted to allow the minor child to become eligible for adoption by the new spouse of the custodial parent, not so the non custodial parent can escape his or her financial obligations.

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