As a parent, you should see your child. If you don't see your child because the other parent refuses to allow you to parent your child, you can go to court to establish a parenting plan. Child support is an obligation for both parents, whether they parent the child or not. Termination of parental rights will stop the child support but that is a legal process that is established through probate court. If you are allowed to terminate your parental rights, you will have no rights to see or parent this child in the future.
The simple answer is that if your parental rights are terminated you will no longer be required to pay child support. Neither will you have any further rights regarding the child or children in the future.
I think the better question is why are you not seeing your child. Rather than running from the support obligation, you should be running to court to get parenting time with your child.
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