What Is a Pet Trust & Do I Need One?

Paul Labiner, Esq.

Paul Labiner, Esq.

Managing Partner

Oct 1, 2020

We all love our furry little friends. Pets provide companionship, love, assistance, and joy. In fact, personally, we treat our two dogs just like family. And yet, too few of us take the necessary steps to make sure that our pets will be cared for after our passing.

In the video below, I’ll introduce you to some big mistakes people make in the long-term care of their pets and show you how you can avoid those mistakes by setting up a pet trust. A pet trust is the only way to truly ensure that your pet will be taken care of after you die.

Protect Your Pets Like Family

Your estate plan accounts for the financial futures of your spouse, children, and other family members, so make sure it also includes your beloved pets. They have shown you so much love, please return the favor.

If you have a dog, cat, bird, horse, or other animal that you want to ensure is cared for in your estate plan, we would be honored to help you establish a pet trust. Please call us at (561)998-2362 or book a free Financial Legacy Review online right now.

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