There is no such form as people cannot simply sign their rights away. The State will not allow people to abandon their children even if there is another parent who is involved. The exception to this is that he could consent to an adoption.
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There is no such thing as signing parental rights away. The two of you could obtain a custody and support order that gives him little or no custody, and requires him to pay little or no child support. To do that you will need to hire a family-law attorney to prepare a non-contested custody and child support case for you.
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