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Good afternoon. I certainly understand the situation and your concern as a parent. You can go back to court and seek to have the custody ordered modified. However, it is always important to remember that the Judge is going to act in the best interest of the child
. As such, the burden would be on you, as the moving party, to show that the child is being harmed as a result of the current living situation with your ex and this other person. If the Judge finds that this is detrimental to the child, it can be ordered that there be no overnight guests at this time. Of course, if your ex were to move in with this other person, it may be a different situation and something that would need to be modified again but you can ask that they not be around your child, at this time. You want to gather evidence, to present to the Judge, to show why this is a problem.
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