Andrew D. Taylor discusses custody of family pets in the divorce process.
BLUE BELL, Pa. (July 2019) – Montgomery County family law firm Shemtob Draganosky Taylor is pleased to announce that an article authored by partner Andrew D. Taylor has been published in the Legal Intelligencer. The article titled “Could Pet Custody Court be Coming to a Family Court Near You?” explains that in Pennsylvania divorces, pets are treated as personal property: one spouse gets the pet, the other does not. However, that may soon change as a PA House Bill has been introduced that, if passed into law, would require a judge in family court to award custody of the family pet. To read the complete article, click here.
Taylor concentrates his practice on divorce, which includes handling matters of equitable distribution, alimony, custody, child and spousal support, prenuptial agreements, property settlement agreements and other family law matters. Taylor regularly argues appeals before the Pennsylvania Superior Court and has argued complex family law issues before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
About Shemtob Draganosky Taylor P.C. – Shemtob Draganosky Taylor P.C. concentrates exclusively on representing clients facing divorce and related family law issues. From its office in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, the firm provides quality legal counsel to clients throughout Montgomery County and the Main Line, Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, and Philadelphia. The firm’s representation spans all types of family law issues, from high asset divorce and complex property division to child custody disputes. The attorneys are also available for assistance with non-divorce related issues, such as grandparents’ rights and same-sex couples’ rights.