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                   Estate Planning That Includes Your Pets



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We have all been to pet adoption events where the crate tag says something like "owner died" or "owner got sick" only to peer down into the eyes of a pet that had a family but no longer does. Ask yourself what happens to your pet if something happens to you?

Including your pets in your estate planning is not typical advice from an estate planning attorney, but it should be. If something happens to you, where will your pet go and who will take care of them? In this book, an experienced trusts and estates attorney utilizes over two decades of estate planning experience to teach you everything you need to know to make sure your pets are taken care of when you can no longer do so. Information include:

- Making simple re-homing decisions

-Setting aside funds for pet care (medical and otherwise)

-Choosing the right person to take care of your pet

-Estate planning basics

-The importance of asset title

-Hiring the right attorney

-How to handle family members who are opposed to estate planning

-Options for exotic pets



Kelli E. Brown          and


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