Short of telling her to get a lawyer I have no idea what to tell her. My cousin has more than one child, but she wants to reliquish rights to ONE of them. I think this is absurd, but at the same time I think that he needs to be with people who will love him. She shows him no love, nothing. She simply does the basics. She clothes him, feeds him, gives him a roof over his head. But when it comes to spending time with him....Nuh uh. Her other 2 children are put on a pedastel. She's taken the other 2 to the Zoo and has done picnics with them. She'll sooner drop him off with family or a friend. I dont think he's even been to the STORE with her!! She has admitted that she DOESNT love him. She doesnt feel bad for it either. She has talked about giving him up before, but she doesnt want to give up her other 2. So my question is, CAN SHE RELIQUISH RIGHTS TO JUST HIM?? Without repercussions?
He deserves better than her.
Yes she can. The sooner the better too, he needs love before he ends up with irreparable damage from not having a healthy attachment to a primary caregiver.
Answer by matthewscandi at 11:16 PM on Sep. 2, 2010
yes, you can fill out a form you get from the court house, and give up your rights to that child with no repercussions. You can even transfer placement or do it permanentlyor temporarily
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