The duty of support owed by a parent generally ends when the parent-child relationship is terminated by court order. Also termination of the parent-child relationship usually supersedes any existing orders for child support. Voluntarily terminating your parental rights is an extremely serious matter and you should carefully consider its consequences. In addition to ending the duty to support your daughter, voluntarily terminating your rights ends most other legal rights and duties. There may also be other methods for relief available to you without having to terminate your parental rights such as seeking a reduction in your child support obligation. You should definitely contact an attorney before making the decision to voluntarily terminate your parental rights.