This document is a written certificate of the pet’s custody agreement. Commonly, this kind of agreement is used in cases when two or more people had any kind relationship and took care of the animal together, but for some reason are going to live separately.
Pet Custody Agreement is a document, used between two different parties, wanting to share the custody of any pet. Commonly, this kind of agreement is used in cases when two or more people had any kind relationship and took care of the animal together, but for some reason are going to live separately. This document is the written agreement on the custody of the pet.
For example, common reasons for a Pet Custody Agreement are divorces, or the separation of the roommates, who adopted an animal together, or any other situations where the pet’s custody has to be settled down between two parties.
You can use this agreement for any pet - from a cat to a parrot. The Pet Custody Agreement must cover all the information the two parties need to agree for the animal's mutual care - often called a "companion animal."
In the settlement, the parties must specify the exact resolution of the custody, including dates of the care and other responsibilities.
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
This document is a written certificate of the pet custody agreement. The agreement will have all the information of the parties, such as names and addresses, and other essential data, like phone numbers or email addresses. Equally, there will be included additional features, such as who is responsible for expenses, emergencies, and who has the primary responsibility.
Moreover, the agreement includes essential characteristics of the pet – its name, age, gender, and what type of animal it is. If needed, the parties can write down the pet’s medical information and other wanted features.
This Pet Custody Agreement is the best option to do a settlement, covering both parties' and animal's needs.
Technically, Pet Custody Agreements in the US are not a matter of laws but are subject to individual state laws, which specifies general contract principal like composition and mutual knowledge.