There are limited circumstances under which a parent can voluntarily terminate their parental rights
According to Florida Statutes §39.811(6), the following circumstances warrant the ability to voluntarily permit someone to terminate their parental rights:
1. The child has only one surviving parent;
2. If the identity of a prospective parent has been established as unknown after sworn testimony;
3. If the parent whose rights are being terminated became a parent through a single-parent adoption;
4. If the protection of the child demands termination of the rights of a single parent;
5. If the parent whose rights are being terminated will be incarcerated will constitute a substantial portion of time prior to the child turning 18; or,
6. If there is a new spouse of the custodial parent
who wishes to adopt the child.
From what I have gathered from the information provided, the Father will not be able to voluntarily terminate his parental rights at this time in order to relieve his obligation to pay child support.
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