CHARLOTTE, N.C. (QC Life) - No one gets married thinking that it’s going to end in divorce, but we do know it happens a lot.
And it’s not just kids, money or the house that couples are arguing over in these cases; pets have become major issues.
North Carolina law considers dogs as property in a divorce and they are not treated the same as children when it comes to custody.
Kate Miller is a local attorney. She joined us with some important information for pet owners to keep in mind, such as legally-binding documents that can be drafted to ensure both individuals get to spend time with the pet, who pays for vet bills and who handles grooming costs.
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