A pet trust is not a trust that is given to the pet(s), that’s just what movies want us to think​. It is also to make sure your pet(s) go to the person you choose and that your assets may be used to care for pet(s). After all, we all want our pets to be lovingly cared for and we do not want the person who has so kindly taken them in to be financially burdened with the care for our pets.

Any assets that are left over after the pet has passed may then be passed to other trust beneficiaries, such as children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, or other individuals, as well as to pet charities or other charities.

Schedule Now by clicking below or contact us and we can schedule a time for a free 30 minute consultation to discuss your family and how you would like your assets handled. We will provide information, advice, and options for your estate plan as well as a no obligation quote.

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