Joint Custody of the Dog in Divorces? Not in Vermont

If you consider your dog a member of the family, what happens to him or her in case of a divorce? That question has caused acrimony in more than one couple. In some ways, it’s easier to figure out who gets the kids, because there’s a complex legal infrastructure dedicated not only to making the judgment about custody, but enforcing and modifying the terms afterward. But dogs and other pets are generally treated as property, just like the house and car.




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