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If you sign over your parental rights do you have to pay current child support?

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2005-09-06 21:26:20
2005-09-06 21:26:20

It depends on the stipulations of the agreement to sign away parental rights. If it was just a case of signing them over, no. If there was a stipulation that child support be paid, then yes.

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