If he is the father he has legal rights, your marriage and current relationship notwithstanding.
He has to go to Court to try to get those rights, however, and he could do that at any time until the child is of legal age.
He stated that he was advised that due to my marriage he has no standing for anything, including not being able to file for a petition of paternity.
Some states provide a window in which it can be fought.
I am just curious as to if he would be able to try and drag us through anything he can as he has previously stated.
I don't want child support from him and my husband agrees that it would be best if he was not in our lives. If the "other man" believes he is the father of your child and wants paternity (DNA) testing he will go to Court and require such testing.
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