Now and then you read something in the news about a celebrity or otherwise wealthy individual leaving an exorbitant amount of money to a dog or cat in a pet trust.
Have you ever wondered how pet trusts work and why someone who isn’t rich may benefit from creating one?
The truth is that a pet trust can indeed be a sensible and practical addition to your estate plan even if you are not someone like Betty White or Oprah Winfrey.
We have put together a very interesting informational report on pet planning in general and pet trusts in particular. If you would like to download the report absolutely free of charge simply click this link and complete the form that you will see to the right of the page:
This report will answer all of your questions and explain why pet trusts are so useful for people who love their pets.
You can set aside resources for the well-being of your animal after your passing that are managed by a trustee. When you devise the trust terms you stipulate exactly how you want the money spent and how you want the pet taken care of throughout the rest of its life.
After you read the report you may be moved to take action for the well-being of your four-legged friend. If you feel this way don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to arrange for a free consultation. We can be reached by phone at (631) 265-0599.
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