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The Dog House

Category : Pets

We all know you want to put your spouse in the dog house during a divorce. But what happens to the actual dog or any other pet, you both own when your marriage ends? Do you get visitation rights?

A friend of mine, Cindy, who lives in Los Angeles told me that they decided to share custody of their dog Oscar. But they refused to see each other. So how did they exchange their cute little pooch when their visitation time arrived? They came up with an interesting plan. In the morning, Cindy would drop Oscar off at doggie day care (yes, they actually have those in LA) and then her ex would pick up the dog at night. A few days later, when his visitation time was up, he would drop Oscar back off at day care and that night Cindy picked him up. Voila, there you have it! They succeeded in sharing custody without seeing each other.

Now, if you can’t afford the luxury of doggie day care, leave your pet with a neutral neighbor or friend. (Just don’t ever pick it up from you ex-mother-in-law’s!)

Comments (4)

Great looking dog! Some people probably stay married because they love their dog so much!

Generally I do not read post on blogs, but I wish to say that this write-up very forced me to try and do so! Your writing style has been amazed me. Thanks, quite nice post.

Great post, not often can I read such quality.

He sounds like my tefhar (except leaving with the other woman). You should get sole custody because the courts will see that he is not putting forth an effort to see his own child. He isnt paying his child support and above everything he doesnt show up for court. That does not sound like a parent that so deperately wants to be a part of his child’s life.You should be fine. Just present all of the information you have to the court and if they are smart, they will give it to you. It’s a shame for your daughter. I hate irresponsible people. Good Luck!

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