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Texas Family Code Sec. 161.005 allows a parent to petition for termination of his/her parental rights.
Courts should typically only grant such a petition when doing so is in the best interests of the child.
This means that courts typically only grant such petitions to facilitate adoption.
However, if a parent's rights and responsibilities are terminated by a court, he would no longer be obligated to pay support.
That said, again, it typically only happens to facilitate adoption. Usually, it's in the child's (and the state's) interest to keep a parent on the hook for child support.
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