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Yes you could, but it's best to do it the legal way just in case the father has a change of heart. Good luck In the US any relinquishment of parental rights must be done according to the prescribed legal procedure of the state in which the child resides.

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Q: Is it possible for the father of your child to sign over parental rights without going to court if he is willing to do it?
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