17 September 2012 0 Comments

Divorce and pet custody issues

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When divorce proceedings begin, most people think about their children and their assets.  What about the family dog?  Statistics show that pet custody cases are on the rise in this country. More people have pets than ever before.

More people than not consider their family dog part of the family.  No one wants to lose a pet that they have grown close to – have bonded with.  Courts take into consideration who the pet has most bonded with, who has the children, you takes care of the pet’s needs.

People are not embarrassed to right for custody of their pet today.  If you have concerns about your pet’s future after the divorce is final, contact a skilled Riverside Family Law attorney who is ready to help you with any divorce issue, including those concerning your family dog.

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