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What happens to your pet in a Texas divorce?

An unpleasant realization that families facing divorce have to come to is that their sweet little dog, cat, or other pet is not actually the member of the family that we sometimes will believe that ...
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Family Pets in Texas Divorces

Many people consider their pets to be a part of the family. Whether it’s our own childhood pet, the pet of a neighbor or longtime friend, the little fury, four legged creatures tend to be very ...
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Pet Custody and other Considerations in a Texas Divorce?

Many people have heard that divorce is hard and expensive. However, not many people think about pets in a divorce. As a Houston Divorce Lawyer, I will discuss applicable law and important ...
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Who gets the Family Pet in a Divorce in Texas?

Children, property, debts and dissolving the marriage. These are the items that any Divorce Decree in Texas must deal with and settle prior to a judge signing the document and finalizing the end of a ...
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