yes he can sign a legal document that surrenders his parental rights.
This means however that he " quit ".
He wont be able to see them at all unless the mother allows.
In their divorce document, there should have been some visitation allowances.
What are they?
What were the stipulations , if any? Meaning what does he have to do by law to have visitation?
If the divorce settlement names certain days, holidays , etc , which they commonly do, and the mother is not aligning up with them, then she is outside of the law and you can call the sheriff and be prepared to show then the divorce/ custody papers. it wont cost you anything.
Some parents do this signing off of parental rights, and then the children have the option of visiting any time they want when they come of age.
If the father is not paying for part of the clothing, etc, then i guess the mother asks for things, to help ???
I dont know what she is asking for , however.
I guess if you enter into marriage with this man, you will be paying for yourself
and his children
and your love may be big enough to shoulder all this
but is your pocketbook ?
Big enchilada here.
Give and take
and there will be harmony
and peace in your life
best wishes to you
I can tell you have a big open heart