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There are many factors that a judge will consider in determining whether your husband may have visitation, all amounting to the best interests of the child. Generally, felony convictions weigh heavily again him and you may be successful in not only denying him visitation, but also terminating his parental rights based on the facts you have provided. If his parental rights are not terminated, even if he is denied visitation or obtains only supervised visitation, he may still be required to pay child support based on your comparative incomes. If you earn more income than he does, he may not be required to pay child support.
In addition, the judge should consider your daughter's desire whether to see or not see her father. You will need to retain an attorney to represent you in the divorce and likely a guardian ad litem to represent your daughter's interests. Preventing visitation or terminating parental rights is a complex matter and you should not attempt to represent yourself. A good website for information on attorneys is www.attorneylocate.com.
I hope this answers your questions and provides you with the guidance you need. All the best to you and your daughter in the coming new year.