Pet Planning

Plan for the Care of Your Animal Companions with Pet Planning Services

A growing number of clients are expressing concerns about who is going to take care of their pets should they become incapacitated or after they pass away. Pets provide people with companionship, protection, and much more throughout their life, so it only makes sense to have pet planning as part of your overall estate plan.

Depending on your resources, the type of pet you have, and what type of care they will need, we have many options available to help you fulfill your goals for your furry friends. For many people, simply adding a line in a will identifying who will gain custody of the animal is sufficient. For others, it may be a good idea to set up a Pet Trust, which is an increasingly popular tool used to make certain that your pets are properly cared for when you’re no longer able to do so.

Adding pet planning services to your estate plan is a very easy process and can offer you peace of mind knowing that the animal members of your family will be properly cared for. To get this process started, please contact us to speak with an attorney.