I'm Keeping the Dog! The Rise in "Pet-Nups"

Custody disputes over individual’s beloved “fur babies” has become very common in breakups that it has led to a rise in “pet-nups”. A pet-nup is a type of prenuptial agreement that describes what would happen to a couple’s pet in the event of a breakup. Despite many pet parents considering their fur-babies to be children, in the eyes of the law pets are simply regarded as personal property. In definition personal property is things such as vehicles, jewels, money, and furniture. Therefore, having a pre-determined agreement about care and custody should the relationship turn sour is an appealing idea for couples. Millennial's are less likely to be homeowners or have children compared to their

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