Our pets are members of the family, and estate planning is all about making sure that your family is provided for in the event of your passing. Therefore, pet planning is part of the equation if you want to be comprehensively prepared for the future.
Exactly how do you go about planning for a pet? Pets are notoriously poor money managers, and it’s hard to determine exactly how much to leave behind for the pet’s care if you were to find a caretaker and leave this individual a direct bequest.
The above is often times addressed through the creation of a pet trust. While many of us have seen stories circulating throughout the media about wealthy celebrities leaving enormous amounts of money to their pets via these trusts, they can be utilized to great advantage by ordinary people as well.
We know that pet owners have a lot of questions about these vehicles, so we have prepared a report that is intended to answer them. If you would like to access this absolutely free, professionally prepared report, simply click on this link and enter the required information into the form that you see off to the right: California Pet Trust Information
When you read the report, you may feel as though you would like to discuss the possibility of creating one of these trusts with a lawyer. Should you feel this way, we would be glad to provide you with a free consultation. To make an appointment, give us a call at (408) 356-9200 or (831) 476-2400.
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