Pets and Divorce

April 23rd, 2017 was National Pet Parents Day, and it was created to honor all dedicated pet parents across the nation with a special day of their own.  For more information on the history of the holiday, check out this article.

If you have pets and are going through a divorce, you may want to create an arrangement for your pets. Pets are treated as property in Connecticut, so a court generally will not entertain such arguments, but they usually will accept agreements incorporating pet visitation.  At Wolf & Shore, LLC, we know that if you have a pet, they are more like family than property, and often are part of some of the most sentimental issues in a divorce.

Wolf & Shore, LLC has negotiated many divorces involving pets, and has even created estate plans for pets. Did you know that you could set up a trust for a pet, just like you would a loved one? By doing so you can ensure that your pet is well taken care of and provided for no matter what.

If you are interested in a confidential consultation, please do not hesitate to contact us here at Wolf & Shore, LLC.

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