My question involves paternity law for the State of: Florida
My husband is not the biological father of my eldest daughter. We suspected it the day we found out I was pregnant and a DNA test recently confirmed it.
We were not married when my daughter was born (we married when she was 6 weeks old), but his name is on the birth certificate.
The biological father wants to be a part of her life and I am in full agreement with it. I believe he deserves to be a part of this wonderful little girls' life that he helped create and I can't deny her the right to know her father.
My husband on the other hand isn't as supportive. We are in the process of separating and getting divorced and he is making the whole process very difficult. He is threatening to deny the biological father the opportunity to see my daughter until a court orders it. Can he do this???
The biological father has already made travel arrangments to come here. Do I need my husband's permission to allow my daughter to meet and spend time with her biological father? Even if I am going to be present??