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Good evening,A court is always going to decide custody based on what they believe is to be in the best interest of the child. In doing so, a court will look at a number of factors, including, but not limited to:
Adultery isn't directly a factor that a court considers, but it can be considered in that it goes to showing that the other parent isn't necessarily responsible, by bringing a child over to the home of a person they are having an affair with, an it can help prove that you are more "fit" as a parent.If by full custody you mean "sole" custody - that's not likely. Courts almost never grant that, except in the most extreme cases where a child is in danger or at risk. Generally, a court wants a child to have a relationship with both parents whenever possible, and therefore, it is more likely one parent will be the custodial parent and the child will live with them most of the time while the other parent has visitation rights.