And not have to pay CS anymore? I know all states are different, but has anyone heard of this?
Asked by Anonymous at 10:14 AM on Jun. 17, 2009 in General Parenting
Answer by sillyt at 11:02 AM on Jun. 17, 2009
Answer by MommaBear1129 at 10:16 AM on Jun. 17, 2009
Probably but what's the point in that at 17?
Answer by Anonymous at 10:17 AM on Jun. 17, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 10:23 AM on Jun. 17, 2009
Well in the case I would not sign over my rights. After all those years of trying to do right, why give up now? Sad. Parents aren't supposed to give up.
Answer by Anonymous at 10:29 AM on Jun. 17, 2009
Answer by tyfry7496 at 10:59 AM on Jun. 17, 2009
I think both parents have to sign for this. If a parent could just sign away his/her rights...I'm sure there would be a ton more of dead beat parents out there. Sad, but, true. I personally can completely relate to the PAS issues..and, all that goes with that. But, don't give up on that child. He/she is only 17....kids don't for the most part know what they want. It's really sad mom did that ...but, he needs to be the "stronger" parent and hang in there for that child. Believe me, the child will hurt worse if Dad gives up on him/her.
My oldest sd will be 25 this year...my middle 22. They both sort of have a relationship with Dad/us. Sort of is better than none at all. My youngest ss (18) still lives with mom..so, not really a relationship there YET! I know how hard it can be for you both...hang in there.
Answer by Loryl at 11:12 AM on Jun. 17, 2009
Next question overall
what would u do if ur husband told u that u have a $10 allowance?