In the state of South Carolina, if a biological father wants to sign over his rights to his child will he still be obligated to pay child support for her? I know signing over his rights relives him of any rights he would have to that child as far as visitations but what would happen about child support? And how easy would it for the father to actually sign them over if the mother didn't agree to it? thanks for your help.
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