Your Pet and Your Estate Plan

Our pets are like family, right? Some of us are guilty of spending more money on our pets than we’d like to admit! But according to the ASPCA, only 17% of dog and cat owners have completed an estate plan that takes into account their pet. 

Our firm can help create a “Protect Your Pet” plan, a pet trust, or make pet planning part of your Last Will & Testament or Living Trust. We can ensure your pets are taken care of, given the proper treatment, food, etc. Also, it is important to designate responsible guardians for your pet.

Many people think they will outlive their pet, but with pets being such an important part of our lives, why take the risk? Make sure your estate plan includes your pet. At our firm, we can help you achieve this goal.