I'm afraid your writing style makes it a bit difficult to understand what is going on. If you've received a petition or motion from the court, you need to consult with an attorney in private. No one will be able to say anything over the internet, based only on the limited (and confusing) information here, that will solve everything for you.
I will tell you this: "Emergency" or "immediate danger" petitions for custody are fairly hard to win, even though (or, perhaps, because) they're filed often. It is very common for parents in child custody cases to believe that their co-parents are evil, malicious, and dangerous, and courts are very reluctant to radically alter a child's life and schedule. So the courts demand that parents advance some pretty strong evidence to support any claim that the other parent is a danger to the children.
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