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Thank you for the information and your question. No, it is not possible. The child support is your child's right, not yours. The State has an interest in making sure that the child is supported by their parents, so the laws require support by both parents to the degree that they can contribute. So, you cannot voluntarily waive support. There is a formula they will use (you will need to talk to your attorney or whoever is handling the visitation and support issue for that) which they will use to come up with the total support amount and then apportion it between the parents, with the non-custodial parent paying to the custodial parent for the child's benefit.
The support requirement is independent of the visitation issue. In other words, even if the parent was excluded from visitation for some reason (like abuse), they would still be required to contribute support.
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