This is a dog. Don't give your "ex" a key to your house. The police will not enforce this contract, they solve crimes. Take care of the dog and make voluntary arrangements for your dog even letting your "ex" dog sit. This is all projected dysfunction. You or your "ex" can't let go. Dogs cost about $10,000 to properly care for a dog over their lifetimes. If you can't afford the dog let your "ex" have it. If you can take care of the dog get it.
My information suggests you do not sign this contract, get the dog and be done with it, or let it go, it's a dog, not a child.
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Wow, way too many problems with the ex. Don't sign it and keep her as an ex. If she is an ex, be done with her. Get your dog and take care of it. When you are gone, have someone else look after the dog but not the ex. Change the locks on your house. Stay far away from your ex. Do not enter into this strange contract at all. Good luck!
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First of all, you should not post this kind of information on a public website - seriously, what were you thinking? You've just given your ex plenty more to be pissed off about.
Second, you really need to speak with an attorney since I am betting there is way more to this story than what you have posted.The State Bar of Michigan can give you a referral: www.michbar.org
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I'm sorry to hear about all these problems. I agree with the advice of the above lawyers, and I wish you well.
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