By Peter Walzer: People's pets are as important to them. They consider them like their children, and family lawyers should take these cases seriously – the clients do!
By David G. Sarif: A lawyer reflects on a case where child custody was resolved within the first two minutes of mediation, but a lot of time, letters and attorney’s fees were spent fighting over the pet dog and snake.
By David T. Pisarra: While pets are still considered property more judges are acknowledging the role pets play in our lives. By developing an expertise in pet custody you'll not only increase the breadth of your practice, but will reach out to an often neglected, large sector of the population.