Prenup? Nope it's a PETNUP!


Dog Custody In Divorces Now Being Handled Through “Petnups”

With around 50% of marriages ending in divorce, prenuptial agreements are becoming more and more common. Rarely, however, do those agreements include decisions about what happens to the family pets. That’s now changing, though. A new concept has been introduced… “petnups.” These pet-nuptial agreements make it clear what happens with the pets should things not work out, much like similar agreements made regarding the children and keeps pet issues out of courtroom dispute so the animals aren’t treated on the same level as lamps, couches, and appliances. Source:Associated Press


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