Termination of rights


#1

When you terminate a parent’s parental rights, you also terminate their obligations. That means they would no longer have a child support obligation.

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#2

Thanks… That’s what I thought…


#3

I have found a link that shows that FELONY assault of child or sibling is grounds for termination of parental rights in NC. I was wondering if it is possible to terminate rights but the other parent still have to pay support for the child. I have heard you can and I have heard you can’t get it. Thought I would ask so I would know for sure… :slight_smile:

Thank you so much for your time in helping everyone that has questions.