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There is nothing you can do except going about your daily activities as usual; making sure that your husband is not given any legitimate reason to try take away the child from you by making sure that the child is taken care as you usually do.
In a custody dispute, the Court would make a decision based on what is in the best interests of the child by looking at the living arrangement of the parties to the custody dispute, their lifestyles, associations, parenting skills, education opportunity for the child, etc. If the Court finds after reviewing these factors that the child would be better off living with you, the Court would grant you custody of the child. Otherwise, the Court would rule in favor of your spouse. So, it is very important that you tell the Court any and all reasons why you should be given custody and why the Court should not give custody to your spouse; any witnesses should be brought to the Court to testify. Remember that the Court can only make decision based on the evidence presented to the Court.
You cannot ask the Court to force him to stop the PI, unfortunately.
Goodluck with your case,