Thank you. I'm sorry to hear that.
There are two types of termination - voluntary and involuntary. If you know where he is located, you could ask him to sign a document agreeing to relinquish all rights to the children. That's fairly simple, although it's probably a good idea to have a lawyer write the paperwork. However, that does require cooperation, which isn't always easy to get.
In Pennsylvania, a parent can bring a petition for involuntary termination of parental rights
where a parent has refused or failed to perform parental duties for at least six months prior to the filing of the petition. Since he is not paying child support and does not spend time with them, it sounds as if you can prove that.
This unfortunately isn't the type of situation that is so common that courts publish free forms that can be filed. You have the option of hiring a lawyer to file the papers for you, to make sure that there are no problems down the road, or you can visit a law library to get a book that will show you what the petition should look like. You may also want to check sites such as LegalZoom.com or USlegalforms.com. The petition is filed in the family court in the county where you live with the girls. You do have to serve notice on the father so he can appear and try to avoid having his rights terminated. It sounds like he's not likely to do that.
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