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Lawyer: 'Dog law' in need of reform

Will Medlin quoted in article 3/11/2016

Horack Talley family law attorney Will Medlin was quoted extensively in the article "Lawyer: 'Dog law' in need of reform" by Mike Hanson. 

Will believes that North Carolina's view of domestic pets as property should evolve, like it has in other states, to a "child custody" approach. In the meantime though, Will suggests co-owners enter into a contract that will determine what will happen to their pet should they split up. "And if you’re going to get married, get it in a pre-nuptial agreement," he says. 

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