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Thank you
by: Anonymous

Thank you for your time. I wish Florida would work equally as hard in forcing the payee to keep established visitation plans as they do in enforcing payment front the payor.

Voluntary Termination of Parental Rights
by: Judi L.

I'm not an attorney, but I have seen this situation and question many times. In Florida, it is almost impossible to voluntarily terminate parental rights. It does make sense if you think it through. There are, unfortunately, many parents, who don't stay in contact with their children. Many of them would be thrilled to be relieved of the financial obligation of a child. But, the state of Florida does not allow this, because someone needs to support the child. And it is better to keep the parent obligated than to obligate the tax payers.

If you'd like to read more:

Florida Stature:
39.806 Grounds for termination of parental rights.—
(1) Grounds for the termination of parental rights may be established under any of the following circumstances:

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