Thanks for your response. Please can I ask more, because it hasn't answered my question.
Please note as stated: the mother is in Kazakhstan, the father is in England.
I appreciate that you are not expected to be familiar with Kazakhstan law, but if international law works in a similar way to EU law, then if she wishes to use courts, then she would use the courts of the country that the father is in, which would be England.
The mother suggests that the father has no contact with her or the child, and that the father pays no maintenance and gives no support.
My question is, if the father is OK with this suggestion, can he somehow be protected from any future requests for money or support?
This is not the usual case of the father wanting access. In this case, the father is willing to agree to lack of access, but wants the mother to be bound by her statement, made pro-actively, that she won't seek maintenance/money/support.
I am the father, and I want to know that if I agree to this with her, that she cannot suddenly approach me in 5, 10, 15 years, and ask for money. I want that peace of mind.
She's essentially being quite thoughtful by 'relieving' me of any responsibility, but I worry that if she needs support in the future she could still ask me. Or her family could chase me.