If he were to file for custody, would they take into effect that he is a felon as well? 1 Answers as of August 19, 2017

I am currently seeing someone who is currently incarcerated. I have expressed to my children's father that I plan to have him moved in with the children and I after he is released. My children's father did not like that idea. My children's father is a felon himself for drugs and for child endangerment (for spanking our son too hard). Two separate offenses. What are his chances of it being changed?

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Custody in Ohio looks at numerous factors when considering custody; A conviction of child endangering will more than likely prevent him from getting custody.
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Replied: 8/19/2017
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