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Pet Planning and Pet Trusts Can Help You Plan for Your Pet's Future
Define What Will Happen for Your Pet After You Are Gone
Download Your Free Report on Pet Trusts
We make so many plans for our future – we save, and we create Trusts and Wills to ensure that our loved ones benefit from our hard work. But what about our pets? Pets are like family members, and Pet Planning is a critical part of Estate Planning to ensure our pets always feel loved.
Asking a loved one to take care of your pet simply isn’t enough. You want to make sure that your pet has everything it needs after you pass away, and that’s why Pet Planning is critical. Many believe that you can just ask a loved one to take care of your pet when you pass away. But getting a verbal agreement isn’t enough. These days, most owners pass away and their pets end up in shelters.
Creating Pet Trusts
Pet Trusts assure that your pet will be cared for after you pass away. These legally binding agreements set out steps for your family to take for caring for your pet.
Why Not Create Pet Wills?
Because pets are considered to be property, you cannot leave money outright to them in Pet Wills. Ultimately, Pet Wills just don’t work.
Download our informative report “To My Dog Lucky, I Leave $10,000” It’s free – and you’ll learn Pet Planning and Pet Trust basics, such as