You're probably in a good spot to file a modification. Find an experienced family law attorney to review your decree of divorce and current situation in a face to face consultation. You might also gather any documentation you have that would be relevant to such a change.
I am not intending this to be legal advice, because I don't know the particulars of your situation. Call me if you would like to discuss this or other isues.
Actually you seem to have met most of the points necessary to switch custody. Best interest of the child is the standard for the couts.
First, things first, you need to hire an experienced family law attorney in Fort Worth. The court may appoint an amicus attorney and even order a custody evaluator.
I wish you the best.
Attorneys can't tell you the likelihood of something happening. Attorneys take facts and present them to the judge. The judge then weighs the facts and makes a decision.
Hire a lawyer to file your modification.
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Those certainly sound like grounds for modifcation of custody. The longer that has been going on the better your chances. Get an attorney.
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