My ex-husband and I share 50-50 joint physical custody of our daughters. He got a domestic violence TRO in Sep against his mother based on false info. At the hearing, It was denied but he was given a trial (He told judge he needed more time to prepare). The RO was denied at the trial this week. He texted to tell me that he is taking me to court because I supported his mother. Since he's been trying to keep her away from our children, I believe he will try to change our custody agreement somehow to keep her away from our girls even when they are with me. Is this possible? Mom has no criminal, drug, or traffic offenses. She did attempt to take her life in Aug after the ongoing fighting with him. (She has maintained a close relationship with me since he left me. It greatly angers him.)
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