Anyways, he only wants to do it because he owes almost $20,000 in back support and I refuse to cancel it. Why should I? Imo, it's not my money, it's ds'....
The situation- we were never married, only went to court for cs, not for visitations (he has no actual rights until he takes me to court)... ds is almost 8 and they really don't have a relationship. I'm not married, and no one is willing to 'stand in' as the father.
We live in Ohio and I have verbal proof of him saying he doesn't want anything to do with anything if I won't take the amount down to $0.... that he'll sign over rights.... same conversation though, he said that's not what he said and I'm FORCING him to sign over rights.
I did say, if that's how he felt, he needs to truly think it over. I don't like the idea, I want ds and him to know each other but it's something that he needs to decide on.
Could he actually sign his rights over, to get rid of the $20,000 debt he has? Could I use the verbal proof of him saying wants to sign over rights, just in case he tries to go for visits? (At this point, he'd only do it outta spite. He doesn't truly care about ds, which I'm now finally seeing)