Stable living environment, no dna test has been completed yet but my spouse and I are together which maybe a potential father...
What should we do ?
It depends on who has your child, and under what authority. If your parental rights have been terminated, then no. If the child is in foster care through CPS, you should have a case worker and a service agreement outlining the steps necessary for you to get your child back. If the child has been placed in the custody of someone else through a Chancery Court order, it depends on whether that order is permanent or temporary, and whether whoever has custody is willing to agree for you to get custody back. Consult a local attorney--and bring any paperwork you may have concerning this situation--to discuss this in more detail.
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