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My husband assulted me, was arrested and released on an unsecured bond under the conditions he would make no contact with me. I reside in the home and he has filed a petition for special relief to make me turn over the family dog to him and pay attorney fee's. Isn't the dog considered marital property and should be handled in divorce court once we file? Is there any law stating I have to turn this dog over to him under this special relief petition and pay his attorney fee's? I am waiting to go to spousal support court since he provided the money for the household. I don't have money to pay for such a hearing and can he even file this type of petition for what is essentially marital property? Must I get an attorney for this aggregious request or can I ignore or postpone it pending divorc
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