First of all thanks for all the advise on this forum. After one year, my case has been heard. Legal Dad wanted his name off birth certificate based on home DNA test. He had to pay for the legal one and after negative result, case dismissed. He wanted to stay in my child's life and I told him to get lost. We have not spoken since.
Bio Dad had DNA test, positive result. CS worksheets filled out. He wants nothing to do with the child and told the judge that. Stupid mistake. He has to pay support with arrearage back to DOB. Has to pay filing fees and half of DNA test, and birth expenses. Has not paid a dime yet.
Changing of the birth certificate was pretty easy. Just take the order to the county of birth and PRESTO, new one made with Bio-Dad on it. He didn't have to be there. Order has to be certified in order change certain documents.
So after the smoke has cleared, I have learned this:
If you sign an AOP, be prepared to pay out the nose if you want to change your mind. Legal Dad lost around $5000. Stay out of the child's life too. You didn't want the responsibility in the first place.
Don't say stupid things in court. It is not in the best interest of the child for you not to have visitation. Child would love you unconditionally. Judge will make you pay dearly for no contact.
As for me, I am totally out of the dating game. I accept full responsibility for my actions. The legal process was emotionally draining. I love my child each and everyday, and I am truly blessed. For those men being there financially and emotionally for the children, I applaud you.