Yes, as stated.
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Your obligation will continue for certain up until an adoption decree is entered by the court. Then it is a question as to under what circumstances the adoption is being made, and under which adoption statute. For example, adoption decrees entered with the consent of the birth parent do not terminate support obligations, while adoption decrees entered under Section 6 of Chapter 210 will terminate the support obligation. The arrears, however, will need to be paid as you seem to acknowledge.
I believe that if your parental rights were TERMINATED, then you only owe arrears for child support. However, if the court suspended your visitation rights, then you are still obligated to pay child support. I suggest that you examine the court order that took away your parental rights. If your rights were terminated, you should go to court to seek termination of child support.
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