If a parent's parental rights are legally terminated, the parent's legal duties to the child would also end. This is different from a parent's time with the child being restricted. When the parent is merely prevented from having contact with a child (for example because of abusing the child), the parent will still have the duty to provide financial support for the child.
If the state is having a hearing to take away your parental rights, the state should be providing you with an attorney whose duty is to protect your rights.
CPS likely will make recommendations that a person's parental rights be restricted if the parent is not cooperating with CPS.
You should review your specific facts with your attorney to find out your legal options.
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