Bones of Contention: Custody of Family PetsJournal of American Academy of Matrimonial Law (2006)
AbstractCurrently the law views family pets the same as they view inanimate personalty such as a washing machine. This paper describes the problems with that approach and proposes a system for courts to make custody placements but avoid the problems inherent in the "best interest" standard used for children.
Citation InformationAnn H Britton. "Bones of Contention: Custody of Family Pets" Journal of American Academy of Matrimonial Law Vol. 20 (2006)
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