Your pet gives you loyalty, unconditional love and companionship. You give your pet the best care you can afford. What happens when you’re no longer able to provide that care yourself? A Pet Trust is the answer.
Pets are considered to be property, so they can’t legally inherit anything. The way to provide for their care is to create a trust. A Pet Trust is an indispensable component of every pet owner’s estate plan. It is a legally-sanctioned arrangement providing for the care and maintenance of pets in the event of the owner’s disability or death. A Pet Trust covers any pet under your care, including dogs, cats, horses, birds or other animals. With a Pet Trust, you can relax, knowing that your pets will be loved and cared for—even if you can’t do it yourself.