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My husband had an "oops" child with a woman he dated (and ever married) for a very short time 8 years ago. The mother has been dating/living with the same person (but remained unmarried) since before the child was born and the child has been raised by his mother and her partner successfully. Even though the child has a mother and quasi-stepfather, the mother of the child sends a barage of phone calls, text messages, etc insisting that my husband be a part of his sons life - essentially harrasses and berates him nearly daily. Becuase of the strain between my husband and the boy's mother, my husband would like to give up his parental rights, however continue with child support. Is this a possibility in Washington (father)/Oregon (son)?
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