It may seem frivolous to some, but to pet owners who love their pets, making sure their beloved animals are taken care of after they are gone is of the utmost importance. Will someone be notified so that your pet’s care is not interrupted? Who will take care of these pets long-term after you are gone?
Our trust attorney works closely with many pet owners to help ensure that their pets will be properly cared for. A Pet Trust can appoint a caregiver, provide money and directions for the pet’s care and more. We knows how much you love your pet. Our trusts work across all 50 states, including Florida, New York and California.
Assets in a trust are NOT subject to the caregiver’s creditor, marital disputes or bankruptcy
If you leave an outright gift of money to a person in your will in exchange for the care of your pet, the money will go to that person’s heirs or beneficiaries at his or her death and will not be available to care for the pet. A trust is the only way to make sure the person with your money takes care of your pet, as promised.
HAVE YOU CONSIDERED WHAT WOULD HAPPEN TO YOUR PET IN THE EVENT OF AN ACCIDENT, OR YOUR DISABILITY OR DEATH?
EVERY YEAR, THOUSANDS OF PETS THAT LOSE THEIR OWNERS SUFFER OR ARE PUT TO DEATH. DO YOU HAVE A PLAN IN PLACE?
Without planning, you are leaving your pet’s future up to chance.
Your pet gives you non-stop, heartfelt, love. In return, your pet depends on you for his/her very life. Don’t you owe your pet assurances of quality care if something happens to you? You can help. You can plan and ensure that the right people will care for your pet, there will be enough money to pay for it, along with your clear instructions for your pet’s care. Again, our trusts are designed for ever state, including California, New York and Florida.