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Include a Pet Plan into Your Estate Plan
A Pet Trust Can Help Ensure Your Pet Will Be Cared For
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Pets are everyday part of our lives, and many consider them to be an integral part of their family. Like other members of your family, pets need to be provided for in the event of an unexpected tragedy like the death of an owner. Many people believe that someone will take responsibility of their pet in the event of a medical crisis or death.
The truth is that each year over 500,000 pets are abandoned causing pets to end up in a shelter then euthanized. Many simply cannot take on the financial and mental responsibility of taking care of another person’s pet. That’s why a Pet Trust is a necessary Pet Planning tool.
What is a Pet Trust?
Pets trusts are the perfect means for millions of people to ensure their pets will continue to be cared for when they pass away or become disabled. Pet Trusts allow owners to leave a guardian in control with the provision of monetary funds to avoid placing any financial burden on the new owners.
Is There a Need for Pet Planning?
Yes, unfortunately, there exists a common belief that money and provisional funds can be left to a pet in a typical will. This is not the case! By law, pets are considered property and therefore have no legal rights of inheritance.
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Don’t hesitate to download our FREE report today titled, “To My Dog Lucky, I Leave $10,000.” You’ll discover the methods of making sure your pet continues to receive the treatment and support it deserves.
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