Pet Trust - Peace of Mind for the Future
Have you ever asked yourself,
“What will happen to my pet if I die or become incapacitated?”
In the United States, there are 4 to 5 million abandoned and orphaned pets euthanized each year. More than 600,000 of those pets euthanized in the U.S. are because owners did not appropriately plan for them.
In many cases the state or relatives determine their disposition. Isn't that a decision that you'd like to make? Now there is a simple legal method to insure that your pet is taken care of for the course of its life: peace of mind pet trusts.
Ensuring your pets safety after you're gone is a simple process that will afford you the peace of mind you deserve.
It is important to put your wishes in writing
Putting things in writing eliminates any confusion that may follow a sudden death. And, you may know whom you want to take care of your pets, but if you don't tell them, then it doesn't do you, or your pets, any good. Eliminate the confusion by having documentation of your specific wishes regarding your pet.