Many of our wonderful clients are animal lovers (we are too!)
Your creatures are quirky and beloved members of your family but, alas, they can’t take care of themselves. And some pets-like parrots-live for a long, long time.
We regularly provide for pets in people’s estate plans.
While you can’t leave money property directly to a pet, you can name a caretaker in your will and leave that person money to care for your creatures.
You could also consider the use of a pet trust, where a trustee of your choosing makes payments on a regular basis to your pet’s caregiver and pays for your pet’s needs as they come up.
Questions about planning for your pet?
Bring them to meet us (yes, really.)