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Struggling with pet custody issues? Your attorney can help

You love your pet more than anything, and now that you're getting a divorce, you want to make sure you're the one who takes your pet home with you. In some relationships, that's an easy decision. Maybe you purchased the pet and your husband never wanted it. Maybe your wife bought a pet and decided she didn't bond with it, or you bonded with it more than she did. Maybe you have more time than your spouse to care for a pet, so he or she thinks it's a good idea for you to keep it.

These pieces of information should be in a visitation plan

When you go through a divorce and have children with a spouse, it's important to work on a visitation schedule as soon as possible. Yes, a court can determine a visitation schedule for you if you both can't agree, but it's in your best interests to work together to come up with one that is amenable to your schedules.

Man accused of kidnapping wife faces loss of parental rights

When it comes to getting custody of your children, there are right and wrong ways to go about it. Negotiating, going through court and working together is in everyone's best interests. If not, situations like this could threaten one parent's rights.

How can you make your divorce go smoothly?

An amicable divorce doesn't have to be a pipe dream. In fact, there are many things you can do to help make your divorce more amicable. There's no reason to have a divorce that is contentious, because a contentious divorce only takes longer and costs more. A divorce that has two people working together to negotiate has a better outcome in most cases.

Think twice before you move out of the marital home

 When divorce is in the wind, one of the parties – usually the husband – often moves out of the marital home. This is frequently done in a huff without the benefit of reasonable thinking. If you are one of those who are considering leaving the family confines, a calm examination of the consequences might have you moving down the hall to the guest room instead.

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