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Hi and welcome to JA. Ray here to help you today.Please bear with me a few moments while I review your question and respond.
Here the ex may well try to file to modify legal custody or visitation.There may well be alternative motives involved.Anytime you allow the other parent additional time you set yourself up for the argument that there should be legal modification.This has also been know to be grounds for reducing support if the amount of time spent with the ex is increased.
So yes it is very possible that the ex here would seek to modify the current orders arguing that the increased time should be made permanent and that might also include reduction in child support if he gets increased time.You should be wary of all of this I see it all too often.You might want to at least sporadically go back to old arrangement so that he doesn't get extra time every week.Tough call but anytime he gets more time you runs the risk he returns to court here.
Anytime you mess with the visitation arrangement you run risk of the ex returning to court to make it permanent.