It;s possible but difficult. You need a lawyer to help you. There are provisions in the law which allow for termination under certain limited circumstances. Again, it is tough and not something you will likely be able to resolve without an attorney. Email me at email@example.com if you would like an appointment with a lawyer to discuss your options.
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Generally, a parent cannot petition privately to terminate the rights of the other parent, unless it is associated with a petition for step-parent adoption by a new spouse, and even then, the statute has strict requirements. Consult an attorney about your specific situation to determine your legal rights.
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