Stamford, CT asked in Family Law for Connecticut

Q: Does my ex need to have his car and carseat for our four year old during overnight visits? Girlfriend has it

I'm just wondering if there's an emergency or something I don't like the fact that he's there without a car on his weekend nights. I guess he can call 911 but I would prefer he get to the hospital quicker

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A: In Connecticut, family law matters such as child custody and visitation are typically determined based on the best interests of the child. The specific details of your custody arrangement may be outlined in your custody order or parenting plan. Regarding transportation for your child during overnight visits, it is common for the non-custodial parent to provide appropriate transportation. This includes having access to a car and a properly installed car seat for the child's safety.

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