Our expert says:
Complex, isn't it ? He ( and you as a family ) may want to be sure that this genuinely is his child, but that would need DNA testing, mor him and the child, perhaps the mother as well, and she may well not agree to cooperate.
Maybe he acted unwisely back 6 years or more ago, and indeed while he was already dating your sister. But there needs to be careful consideration of whether this discovery should be allowed to disturb the current relationship in which he seems to have been otherwise faithful and loving. Maybe some shared couples counselling would be a wise idea, in view of how much this couple have invested in each other and this relationship ?
One wonders why the mother of the child, having chosen to tell him nothing at the time, and who apparently now says she wants nothing from him, chose to reveal the facts at this late stage. Could she perhaps have found about his relationship with your sister, and maybe wanted to disturb that ?
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