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Questions that can decide who keeps a pet after divorce

You may not have children, but do you and your spouse have a dog or cat? If so, you may need to be prepared to have the pet dragged into the divorce case as you determine who gets to keep it. When you and your spouse can't agree, the following questions may be considered:

What is joint child custody?

Joint child custody is, in some ways, the closest that you can get to a "normal" living situation for your child. Both you and your spouse are going to split the responsibilities after the divorce. This includes taking care of the child, raising him or her, and allowing the child to live with you. Ideally, the split is going to be pretty equal so that you both play a large role in the child's life.

How lies factor into a child custody case

When a child custody case in Arkansas grows bitter, one of the sad realities is that parents may lie in an effort to get what they want. This can take many different forms. If you feel your spouse is lying, it's important to know how to protect your rights as a parent.

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