My question involves paternity law for the State of: Pennsylvania.
I am involved in a really weird situation and am wondering what can be done to normalize things. My boyfriend "A" made a child with a woman, let's call her "Liar," before we were together. Liar informed A when she found out she was pregnant, and, even though they were not in a relationship, A acknowledged the unborn child to be his because he knew that they had had relations around the time of conception. Liar wasted no time in finding a boyfriend and was living with a man we will call "B" by the time she was 3 months pregnant. B knew that Liar was already pregnant and that the baby was not his; however, B signed the acknowledgement of paternity anyway when the baby was born. Now B is listed on the birth certificate and is acknowledged as the legal father. A and I would be fine with letting him fulfill his fatherly duties; however, whenever Liar does not have B by her side, she is running around telling everyone that A is the baby's father but does not do anything for her when it is actually B that forbids A from having contact with the Liar and the baby (which is legally his.)
Did Liar and B not commit fraud when they signed the AOP? Can they be held responsible for this? Is it possible for A to obtain legal rights to the baby? Will a paternity test be done and who has to pay for it?