Fighting For Fido: Who Gets The Pets in a Divorce?
Some people are so attached to their pets that they treat them like children. So what happens when pet parents get divorced? Michigan State University's Animal Law Center states that while most courts still view pets as property, some are beginning to consider issues like visitation and custody. Some courts are actually making decisions based on what is in the best interest of the pet. If you are getting divorced and concerned about custody of your beloved pet, here are some tips.