Certainly he can request it. He's most likely to get it, too. We want to be sure everyone has their day in court. Mind you, if he's going to jail, he's going to have a hard time when he does get to that custody hearing. Your superior "stability" is a argument for you to win the custody case on the merits, but not to allow you to deny him the chance to make a case at all.
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