How do you stop child support if the non-custodial parent wants nothing to do with the child but refuses to waive their parental rights so your spouse can adopt the child?
Answer . \nFile suit to have the support order rescinded.\n. \nHowever, child support and parental rights are two entirely different issues and a parent cannot be forced …to relinquish his or her rights to their biological child.\n. \nVoluntarily requesting child support termination does not affect the non custodial parent's custodial or visitation rights.\n. \nThe court will only terminate parental rights in cases of documented neglect and/or abuse, and sometimes not even then. In some instances rather than terminating rights supervised visitation will be ordered. (MORE)