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Can you terminate non custodial fathers parental rights in virginia

Newport News, VA |

ncp (nonCustodial Parent) is in and out of jail, child is 5 and knows nothing about him never been there for him doesn't care hasn't paid child support in years hasn't had study job and if he did work was under table hasn't filled taxes in years owes over $15,000 in child support

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You can only terminate a parent's right in Virginia if the state is involved and there is a foster care plan in place. So to answer your question, non-payment of support and being in and out of jail is not grounds for a termination of parental rights in Virginia.

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