I see. Thank you for clarifying the situation, John.
Courts will normally not permit a parent to voluntarily terminate their rights (except in some surrogate situations) since the law provides that a child is entitled to support from both parents even if the parents do not have custody of the child.
Therefore, a declaration that you waive your parental rights would normally not be effective and a court would typically deny such a request and order you to pay support for the child.
If another man were to seek adoption of the child after the child is born, in that case you could voluntarily terminate your rights, but otherwise the parents are not typically permitted to waive the child's right to be supported by both parents.
Parental rights can only be established following the birth of the child though typically, so it is not possible to adjudicate this issue until there is a live birth.
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