This piece of the deal is currently under a lot of scrutiny right now, the PTC is already complaining about having programming like The Simpsons, Bobs Burgers and Family Guy easily accessible by Disney's target audience kids and their families under the same roof, which comes down to programming meant for their kids and their families, and programming meant for their parents alone.
To answer your question, yes and no. Animation Domination isn't exactly in one place as it is split off a bit with TimeWarner/TBS as American Dad was also a program by fox prior to this purchase.
Disney's going to have to negotiate with TimeWarner to get that back, and who knows how many other fox animation pieces are scattered around as well that Disney's going to have to purchase broadcast rights in TV for.
I would wait, as we truly don't know how the adult animation business is going to play out for both sides
Well this question mostly involves The Simpsons, Bob's Burgers, and Family Guy being on Freeform since Freeform is target to teens & adults not counting American Dad, Futurama, The Cleveland Show, and King of the Hill.