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My ex daughter-inlaw has told my son that she wants to help

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My ex daughter-inlaw has told my son that she wants to help him out so that he does have to pay child support. That his daughter wants the same last name as her half sisters. That her current husband wants to adopt his daughter. Would my son have to give up all parental rights in order for the curret husband to adopt? Is there anyway that some type of visitation could be stipulted and enforced if the adoption were to take place? I am very leary of all this "help". We love this child and do not want to loose our ability to be in her life.
Hello and welcome! My name is XXXXX XXXXX I will be assisting you. The nature of a legal adoption is that the biological parent's rights are terminated at the time of the adoption. It is possible that the parties can mutually agree to a visitation schedule at the time of the adoption. The parties are free to agree to any terms that are acceptable to all parties involved. You can probably even incorporate the terms of any visitation agreement into the final adoption decree.

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