My question involves paternity law for the State of: FL
If the biological father (not proven) wants custody (to spite me) but I am married. my husband & I do not want his involvement in our daughter's life can he still get any kind of custody?
I have a one year old daughter. The one who would be her biological father did not want to know anything about her while I was pregnant, when she was born he denied her and did not want to be anywhere near her. He did not even see her until after her 1st birth day and would get extremely mad when I would ask for him to see her again. I had given up but was just going to leave him alone. If he doesn't want her, we don't want him in her life. Well he had a near death experience was hit by a train, in the hospital he told his family he has a daughter (he thought he was dying). So its been two months since then, where me and my daughter have gone & visited and I've let her stay over 2 weekends and the first time I let her go he brought her back w a bad rash like they didn't change her and this last time I let her stay less time and had given them a specific time to bring her back and he didn't keep to that time so I sat here worried and he reacted rudely every time I called to see where she was & when would she be home. He says that since hes her biological father he will just take me to court and get forced visitation.
Me and my husband love her very much and we don't want to be forced to leave her with someone who will neglect her or just play with her & not care for her as well. We were married after her conception & my husband is on the birth certificate, he has cared for her in every way since she was born and she does have his last name. We were trying to be nice letting him see her while I asked for nothing back but for him to take good care of her when he has her.
Can he really muscle his way in and get any custody even though my husband is right now her father?