My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Florida.
I maintain primary physical residency for my 5 year and her Father has timesharing every-other weekend. I'm engaged to marry a convicted felon with a 2nd degree murder charge. He's still incarcerated and will be released in 12 months. The incident occurred when my fiancÚ was 18 and we grew up together. The wrong place at the wrong time and poor decision making led to his crime. He's not a serial killer and definitely isn't a danger to children. My daughters Father is currently unaware of my personal life and future plans, but I anticipate him exploiting this and trying to use it against me as it pertains to modifying our FJ of Paternity when he finds out. Also, we just recently had a Contempt Hearing in ref to my daughters Father and his fiance making disparaging remarks to my daughter about me and for not allowing daily contact and he was advised that if it continues, his timesharing may be modified. Is it possible that I could lose primary physical residency for my daughter for marrying my fiancÚ?