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I cannot imagine that in your situation the court would make a drastic change to the schedule or custody, like giving mom significantly more time. It might backfire on her and simply put into place a notification clause because of her history of not exercising her parenting time regularly (so, for example, that she has to notify your husband a certain length of time before her weekend to let him know whether or not she is planning to exercise her parenting time).
If she can make a good case that it would be easier for her to exercise her visitation with some modifications (like overnights in her area, you sharing the burden of transportation, etc) I could see a judge listening to that. But if there are good reasons she doesn't have those things now (ie the drug issue in the past) and those things haven't changed, it doesn't seem like even that would carry a lot of weight.
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