Fido And Fluffy: Family Or Property?

Category: Pets

Fido And Fluffy: Family Or Property?

It’s becoming more common to see custody battles over the family pets these days, but for the most part, the courts and prevailing judges look at our furry kids as property, not family. They are to be divvied up like our possessions— you get the flat screen TV and I get the dog. And that’s […]

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After Divorce, Travel with a Pet

Traveling as a Single: Fido Can Be Your Perfect Traveling Companion

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Child-Centered Divorce: Pets and Divorce

Mental Health: Six Reasons Why a Pet Can Help a Family through a Divorce

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Florida Court Documents: Bennett v. Bennett

Pets are property in the eys of the law

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Pets Help Children Cope With Divorce

Pets Help Children Cope With Divorce Divorce can be one of the most difficult times in anyone’s life—right up there on the stress meter with death. Adults can struggle with the roller coaster ride ;of emotions, so imagine how awful it is for children. The parents they love may be fighting, and worse, getting a […]

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Negotiating Custody Of Pets In Divorce

Many of us consider our pets as part of the family. Even if you aren’t one of the thousands of people who consider their pets their children, the thought of living without them is probably upsetting. During divorce, the consistent positivity that pets provide relieves stress, and can help make the transition for children smoother. […]

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Spouse Wants Pets, Not Children

Your spouse is not alone. There are now more dogs per American household than children. In one poll, 54 percent of people said dogs are a better fit for them and only 46 percent said children are the better fit. Most couples discuss the material matters of life and marriage prior to tying the knot: […]

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