It sounds like you have never filed a Petition to Determine Paternity so basically you have no rights. It also sounds like she has not filed a motion for child support from you. If she has moved permanently to Michigan and has lived there long enough to establish residency, you may need to contact an attorney there to seek establishing paternity so that you can have timesharing with the child (and child support will be set). If she has not yet established residency for the child in the other state, you may be able to file the petition here in Florida (if you are a resident which is uncertain given that you said you "went to Florida.") I suggest you contact legal counsel in Florida and Michigan to figure out where you stand.
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I would get a lawyer to review your situation regarding both your custody rights and the child support implications of establishing paternity in your case.
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