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Pet Protection Agreement
Ensure your pets are provided for when you're no longer able to care for them on your own.
Without one, a judge might decide who'll be responsible for your pets.
Make sure your new caretaker can cover food, a vet and other expenses.
Provide instructions for your current pets and any pets you may get later.
Pet Protection Agreements were created by notable animal law attorney, Rachel Hirschfeld Esq., to make sure your pet has a loving home and secure future.Learn more about a Pet Protection Agreement.
If you plan to leave a substantial amount of money for the care of pets or you think family members may dispute your wishes, then a formal pet trust can be a good option. However, a pet trust should be created by an attorney who specializes in estate planning and has experience in pet issues. A Pet Protection Agreement is a simpler, more affordable alternative.Several things to consider
Nominate pet guardians
Name guardians and also a shelter of last resort.
Ability to leave funds
Provide money for the care of your pets.
Covers all your current and future pets
No need to update the document when you take on new pets.
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