You can sign your rights away but you will still have to pay child support if you are the father or mother of the child. There is no way to avoid paying child support.
When you relinquish your parental rights so the child can be adopted you are no longer responsible for paying child support. You are liable for support until/unless child is adopted.
Signing rights away will not stop any child support from being taken from the father. If the child is the fathers then he is financially responsible for the child weather he has rights or not.
Paying child support will not cause the father to lose his parental rights - neither will not paying child support.
Only if the document you sign specifies that your child support obligations are ended with the signing of the document. Do not assume signing over your rights automatically frees you from child support obligations!
It's possible to give up his rights but he will not get out of paying child support.
Can you terminate parental rights if the absent parent is paying suport
No, giving up your parental rights and paying child support are two separate issues. You will still have to support your child.
This is usually done preparatory to an adoption. Signing away one's rights does not terminate one's child support obligation.
If you are looking to sign over your parental rights in Kentucky, you need to contact the family courts that deal with child welfare. Signing over your rights should only be done in extreme situations and in most cases you are then required to pay child support to the state.
Signing over one's parental rights does not does not terminate child support.
You cannot "make him" sign over, however, take him to court for child support, he is a dead beat, does not deserve a child, but he needs to pay up. the court will find him for you to make sure he pays. He may want to shirk his responsibility by signing over his parental rights if that is what you want. Signing over one's parental rights does not excuse one from paying child support. I suggest that you contact your State's child support agency. When you get an interview with them, bring all the papers relating to your child support: birth certificates, acknowledgments of paternity, court orders, payment records, etc. Be polite but persistent. Good luck!
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