Do I have the legal right to my animals' veterinarian records?
How much corid do you give to a puppy?
I have vertigo which was caused by my pill. Will it ever stop completely?
I think that I am dying should I inform my parents of my condition?
What are good parenting techniques for a toddler that has tantrums?
What are some effective parenting skills I can use to help prevent my 18 month old from hitting others?
What is involved with the voluntary termination of a parents rights and modification of child support?
Regardless where you give up parental right, you won't have any rights. You will have no say and no privileges with regard to the child.
You should know that you lose say in where the child resides, what kind of education is received, medical care, and religious views. You stopped being the childs parent now.
If you give up your parental rights then you can not make any decisions regarding the child. The other parent can also deny you any visitation.
You are not able to simple give up your rights. It is necessary for someone to make a request that you lose your rights. The state, an individual taking care of the child, then it goes before a judge for a final decision.
If you give up parents' rights, you do not owe child support (unless rights are lost to the Child Protective Services / the state). You also lose visitation and a say in how the child is raised.
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