Not that I think he would ever try to get custody or anything like that, but I'm not looking for him to be a part of my future child's life (right now he doesn't want to be anyways). I just want to make sure that I would be the only person who would have parental rights of my future child. Is this possible?
Yes, you should contact a local attorney to discuss the details and to have the proper document prepared and executed. You can find attorneys in your area by searching among the profiles here on Avvo. Good luck!
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