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Property Disputes in Family Law involving Animals

Total Credits: 0.75 CLE, 1.0 CLE

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Animal Law |  Family Law
Reagen A Kulseth
Original Program Date:
Apr 22, 2021


This program will examine how the courts in multiple jurisdictions view the status of pets in a family dispute. You will learn:

• Separate Personal Animals vs Community Property
• Community Property vs Companion Animal
• What equitable considerations are used by the courts to award custody of a companion animal
• The practicality of Joint custody agreements
• Components of Mediated Agreements
Reagen A. Kulseth, Law Office of Reagen Kulseth



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Reagen Kulseth is a Tucson native. After she received her B.A. in Biochemistry from Smith College in Massachusetts, she immediately returned to Tucson for law school. Reagen attended the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, where she was a member of the college's prestigious Arizona Law Review. Her Law Review article Biotechnology and Animal Patents: When Someone Builds a Better Mouse was published in 1990. Reagen is admitted to practice in all Arizona state and federal courts.

Reagen was a prosecutor with the Pima County Attorney's Office in Tucson, Arizona for 12 years where she gained extensive litigation and management experience. While serving as a state's attorney, she handled a wide variety of cases, including those involving violent crimes, gangs, vehicular offenses, drug possessions and sales, homicides and felony domestic violence. Since 2005, Reagen has focused on family law. Reagen’s comprehensive background has helped establish her as an accomplished and accredited mediator and litigator.