Make Sure They Are Cared For
Why Should I Include My Pets in My Estate Planning?
What will happen to your pets when you die? That is a question that many people need an answer to because pets are family members too. You cannot leave property to pets because they are considered property by the law, but you can make provisions for them that will make certain that they are cared for in the future. Talk to our team at Siedentopf Law about Estate Planning for Pets today!
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What are My Options for Estate Planning for My Pets?
Give Yourself Peace of Mind
Why Should I Start Planning Now?
Approximately two-thirds of households own a pet, whether it be a cat, dog, bird, horse or even tortoise. While we may think that our pets will not outlive us, we still want to ensure they will be loved and taken care of if we are unable to do so. After all, we are all unsure what the future might bring. Siedentopf Law can help pet owners navigate estate planning for pets, and provide peace of mind about the future care of their animals.