You need to go in and consult with a lawyer in person. Your case is too complex to handle on here. Yes you can give another guardianship so long as the father agrees.
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He needs to file a paternity action rather swiftly. You and he need much more advice than you can get on a site like this. Get to a family attorney right away. As the child's parent, he is a natural guardian of the child. When you have lived here for 6 months, FL becomes the home state of the child.
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I agree. You have a myriad of issues. You are still a minor at this point even though you have a child. Your mother is your guardian until you reach 18 years or file for emancipation. As Mr. De Groot, stated, you don't have FL jurisdiction until the child has been a resident in the state for 6 months. You need to schedule a consultation with an attorney to discuss these issues more in depth.Ask a similar question
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