Not unless there's someone else willing to adopt your child. Texas courts don't like terminating parent-child relationships without someone else willing to support the child as a parent. If your husband wants to adopt your 12 year old son, that'd be a likely scenario where a court would terminate your ex-husband's relationship. However, if that's not the case, a court would be hard-pressed to terminate just because he doesn't want to pay child support.Ask a similar question
He can sign a voluntary relinquishment. As repulsive as that is, a judge may still decide not to terminate. The judge may not believe it is in the best interest of the child to terminate. If your current husband wants to adopt you may have a much more assured outcome. You need a lawyer.
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