So what happens to the horses when it comes to the divorce?
Some care so much about their animals that it could be devastating when the attorneys speak of them like property. The value of the horses that we place in our hearts can sometimes be hard when it comes to being apart. If you are in the battle of your lifetime and your mate wants to fight dirty, they can go for custody of the horses.
They use the horses like leverage, much like kids.
The key to making out like a bandit in a dissolution of marriage is to found what one person wants and then act like you need it or want it more. Usually the courts will give horses to the one who is more passionate or emotionally attached, which can be easily faked. Ex’s go for the horses because they want to hurt you as much as possible. If you have any kids or horses in a marriage you are more than likely to have an ugly divorce.
Like the kids, the courts will ask themselves what is best for the horse. If your spouse gets the home and the yard, more likely they’ll get the horse. If the horse only knows that one home, they are more likely to get the horse because they have an emotional attachment to their secured home. However, some judges will go on the fact of who had the horse first.
If you gave it to your girlfriend and then over the years became attached it, the attachment doesn’t matter. Sometimes they look at horses like property.
Who has the right it property?
Well, the answer is, the one who owns it. They will not share the horse. This is because it’s actually unhealthy for the horse. The horse will become confused easily and they won’t have their security and may develop some emotional or aggressive behaviors.
Most of the time, the wife got the kids, the house, and the horses. This is because they feel that the kids need the house as security and the family horse needs the kids for security as well, so they all go together. This is one issue that has been addressed over the years, and the father has gotten all three.
If the judge can’t think about the horse’s interest, maybe you or your spouse should start acting properly in the divorce and instead of trying to get it all, give up the things you really don’t want. If you don’t like the horse, don’t take the horse. If you don’t the cat, don’t ask for it. Don’t fight over something that is just going to hurt you both in the long run.
However, there are people who lose their horse and need to rebuild their life with a new one. There is always going to be hurt feelings about losing the original horse, but getting another one will help you deal with the loss, it won’t replace the animal, but it will allow you to begin the process of moving on and letting go. You may need some time to think things over.
It’s hard to replace a horse that you were so close to.
It’s like losing a child or best friend. However, if you get another horse, not just another horse, but any type of horse that will comfort you and be there for you then the dissolution of marriage will be a lot easier to cope with. If you are thinking about a new horse, you should go to the shelters. They have animals that have been rejected and hurt and they will bond with you. You are more likely to bond with them because you can understand their situation. You may find that a horse from the shelter will be exactly what you need.
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