I am male elementary school teacher. I am going through a divorce from my wife of 8 years. Our daughter is three now, and from the temporary orders I have her Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and alternating Thursday. Right now we have joint equal care. My lawyer recenlty had an order passed to keep my soon to be ex's boyfriend out of my daughter's life due to his extensive criminal background. I am also going to court on the 10th to have it approved where I watch my daughter on the Saturday that my STBX is working. Also when my STBX has the care of my daughter she regulary leaves our daughter either with her parents or sister to watch (3-4 hours sessions, this happens on the Saturdays she has to work after work, and on the Saturdays/Sundays she doesn't have to work either), and keeps flip-floping her between households. On Fridays she has our daughter stay with her at her parents then on Saturdays she has our daughter stay with her at her sisters, and then on Sundays she comes back to staying at her parents house. Of course I get to spend the weekdays with after I get off work from daycare, and also all the times I am off from being a teacher (ie..spring break, summers, weekday holidays). I guess I am just deathly afraid of losing her anymore then what I am now, and just want anyones input on how you think this might go down in court when all is said and done. She is fighting for primarycare as well..
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