Your pet is part of your family. You should do what you can to ensure the health and well-being of your beloved friend. While statistics are hard to come by, it is generally estimated that about 7 million companion animals are placed in animals shelters every year. Of those animals, some 10-15% (some 700,000 to 1,000,000) of them are owner surrenders due to the owner's death or incapacity. One way to make sure your pet is taken care of is with a pet trust.
Attorney D. “Rep” DeLoach, III is a former Board Member of SPCA Tampa Bay and he is recognized as a local expert in Pet Trusts. He wants to help make sure your pets are taken care of in an efficient and effective manner possible so that your wishes are followed and that your loved ones are properly taken care of.
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What You Should Know About Pet Trusts
While not everyone needs a pet trust, this may be the best way to provide for your friend. By leaving money to a trusted friend, relative or professional you can make sure your pet will have the care it deserves. This way, you know that your money and pet are taken care of and that your assets will then be distributed to the correct place upon their passing.
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