Learn to be a proper judge of character, then you won't need to use this facility!
You'd certainly have gone out with someone a few times before you would want to check them out, at which point, they will know where you live, etc. Then if you're so careful that they DON'T know where you live after a few dates, you will have been so careful that you will have crushed the aliveness of the relationship.
Or let's put it this way; I don't have a record and nothing would show against me, but if I was going to take you down to my dungeon for a spot of torture, you'd think you were safe because you got 'the all clear' on me.
It's not specifically your time goal that's the problem Brandon, it's how quickly you would need to put the miles in from now. Most people asking as you are would have been training consistently for at least a year. You do seem a very able runner, so it's possible you can achieve your goal, it's just that it's so risky, that I would give myself longer.
If you want to get an idea of where you are, there are conversion tables so you could get an idea of your marathon time by putting in a recent 10k time. Check the one out at cool runnings.
The Pete Pfitzinger book is good. I think an online coach would be very suitable for you and it would be what I suggest you do.
Unless you earn banker money, reconsider your job. I know some jobs require long hours, but that's rediculous. As it stands, I wouldn't train any more than you do. I would run home from work to save time, but really, you shouldn't do much more or you could do some damage. Sorry I can't offer more relevent advice, but I hope your work/ home balance improves soon.
If you haven't run since last year, I would question your motivation. Also, you would need to build your mileage up so fast, that an injury would be a certainty. You do seem an able runner though, so with a more progressive build up, I would GUESS that with a couple of years consistent running under your belt, your three hour goal would be achievable.
Lastly, your training practice/ methodology needs to be sorted. Suggest you read up, join a club or get a coach.