Answered on Aug 19th, 2011 at 9:08 AM
If the children were born during the marriage, then you are the putative father, even if you are not the biological father. Therefore, if your question is whether someone can take the kids away from you, the answer is no, and you should consult with an attorney immediately if someone is trying to do that. If you are trying to disestablish yourself as their legal father, you would need to file a petition to disestablish paternity, which has multiple technicalities and needs to be done immediately following you learning that you are not the biological father. Therefore, again, you should immediately consult with an attorney, as it is an extremely time sensitive matter. If your existing or potential case is in or near the Central Florida area (Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Lake, Sumter, Marion, and nearby counties), I would be more than happy to speak with you.