I am not sure what you mean by bi-father. However if your baby
Sorry about the confustion. I meant to put Bio-father, (blood father).
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I would like to know what my chances are on getting soul custody with father having supervised visitation. Here is the short story.
15 month old baby. Daddy was in her life until other’s found out about him being the bi-father. He agreed with his ex’s mother n law that she should be killed. Police report done. Witness did report as well. Witness is daugther to ex mother in law.
He stopped coming around and spending time with her. He totally blew her off. It has been about 8 months now. He says she is not his. That I am nuts, crazy, and lying. DNA in the works to prove different. I am worried that my daughter would be hurt.
What would be my odds to making sure he doesn’t get to be around her alone. He doesn’t care about her at all when the truth came out (at which he knows she is his), about her?