The dog is on my credit card and I'm the main name on the vet and doggy day care record. I have credit card records showing all of the food and toys I have purchased for him. Also have all of the vet bills and 6 out of 8 are on my credit card. The last 4 months (post breakup) I have made a note of... Read more »
Do you seriously believe a Court will want to get involved in this matter? I can understand that a dog is almost like a child, but a Judge may not be so tolerant. Perhaps you could give you ex a different dog to try to work this out?
This is not a self-help project! Trying to represent yourself in Court is a bad idea. Not only are you emotionally involved, but you are not a trained attorney. You do not know the Court Rules, Rules of Evidence, case law, nor are you trained how to handle a legal case, especially if litigation is...Read more »
My son and his wife were staying with us. My son left for the opposite coast and left his dog. My husband walked the dog in our yard and it attacked our neighbor's cat which was in our yard. My husband got the neighbor who took the cat to the vet. She demanded that we get the dog out of the... Read more »
Plu the Akc for fraud .she is not registered as a breeder for taxes and breeds in a residential area. she gave me fraudulent papers to register with the AKC that do not belong to my dog. My dog was born with horrible genetic health issues . She... Read more »
i never got a contract but agreed to 4 puppies back. she will not provide me with proof of akc reg. she is also now saying she does not owe half the vet bills relating to delivery. i told her it would have to be 2 puppies this litter 2 puppies next litter. she is threatening court. where would... Read more »
This is not the type of transaction that you should engage in long distance. If she does chose to sue you, it would be in NC. A signed contract is not essential to this matter. Threatening to sue someone is easy, actually doing it successfully is not.
Neighbors called the cops for him crying as he locked himself in the room while I was at my new apartment unpacking I returned about 6 hours later and he was gone what do I do ? The police said there was feces and pee on the floor and are trying to give me an animal cruelty charge but simply he... Read more »
More information is needed, but you need to hire a lawyer generally this charge comes with up to 180 days in jail, $1000 fine and probation and community service. Most of us criminal lawyers offer a free in office consultation, I suggest you set one up ASAP.
My mom has been helping a woman with Parkinson's. She has a dog and a cat. She was hospitalized for 10 days and the pets stayed with us at our house. She left the hospital AMA today and went back to her (disgusting) apartment and we had to give her the pets back. I want to find a reason I can take... Read more »
Want to adopt an animal and we have glowing references and should have no problem adopting but the agency not only wants a video tour of our home (to be viewed by strangers we've never met) but also writes into their contract that they have the right to come on our property any time in the future... Read more »
I had a sick dog and the vet was willing to see the dog. I explained I couldn't afford the bill this month but I would be able to pay it off next month (which I have done this before with my vet and they never had a problem with doing this), only this time, I was told that I had to apply for their... Read more »
I live in an apartment in NewJersey. I have received a letter from my landlord telling my to get rid of my service dog in less than a week or else i will be evicted, is this legal? Can i take legal action against my landlord?
I have had this dog for over 3yrs, my sister even has papers stating he is ours but during a moving situation (house to house) our ex-neighbor (whom is on drugs.) Legally took our dog. What can we do?!
Although he was a gift we always said he was our dog. I was always mom and he was always dad. We both took care of him but now after the break up he doesn't let me see him. He always stayed with him as my house was in renovations. So his main living arrangement was at his house. But i would stay... Read more »
You really need to think hard about how much you want to see the dog. Since you were never married, the dog is not marital property and therefore not something you should pursue. Realize that you have no "rights" to the dog (even if s/he has your name). And, if it's not too objectionable, you might...Read more »
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