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If you are asking about child support you cannot have ti waived, unless your ex agrees to waive them. The child support payments are always due and they can be enforced against your estate and they are not tied to the time you spend with your children.
I am sorry not to be able to give you anything more positive. But unless your ex agrees to waive her right to the money you will still remain liable.
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