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Considering Pets When Reaching Agreements

Pets and DivorceWhen pets are part of the family, the needs of the pets matter – just ask any pet owner who is also involved in a divorce.

The Collaborative process (and other non-adversarial approaches to divorce) provides a forum for discussing the details of where the pet will reside, how it will be cared for, and other details. These details can actually be incorporated into the final agreement.

You can read more about this topic in “When Pets Are Part of The Family“, an article I wrote for the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois’ blog.

Theresa Beran Kulat
About the Author
Theresa Beran Kulat, founder and lead attorney, has focused on Collaborative Practice and mediation since 2003 and limits her practice to settling cases. Her firm is recognized throughout the Collaborative law community as a compassionate, talented group of people committed to Collaborative Divorce with an extensive network of respected, professional colleagues. She is currently President of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois.

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