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How to proceed when a parental relocation plan is in the future

Once the divorce dust has settled and each parent has come to an agreement concerning their child's custody, many families work to establish a regular routine. It may then come as a shock when one party announces that he or she has decided to make a major change. While each state has its own laws regarding a parental relocation, there are likely many families in New York that have faced this situation.

No bones about it, New York pet custody battle will be a first

Some of our readers have likely heard about the complicated family law issue of pet custody. While nearly all 50 states perceive pets as personal property that can easily be divided in a divorce, pet owners aren’t so sure and have started requesting pet custody hearings similar to those used in child custody disputes. But because many state laws lag behind, family law judges have been finding themselves more and more often in uncharted territory.

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