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Q) If I sign all rights over to my ex wife do I pay child support?
A parent is obligated to support his or her child until the child reaches the age of majority
. The only way a parent is relieved of this obligation is to have his or her parental rights
terminated. A court must approve the termination of rights, and generally courts won't do so absent some extraordinary reason.
It is possible for you and your ex to agree for you to not pay child support. But this has to be approved by court order for it to be binding on you and her. A judge may or may not be willing to go along with such an agreement. The judge can override the parties' agreement and force the non-custodial parent
to pay child support.
So long as there is a court order that says you have to pay child support, you must continue to do so or face being held in contempt, placed in jail, etc.
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