Pet Planning


When creating a will, many lawyers ask who you want to take care of your minor children if you should pass away before they are grown. Recently, there has been a concern of what happens to a person’s pet after they die. There are several options to make sure your pets are well taken care of after you pass including putting provisions in your will, setting up a trust with the pet as a beneficiary, or even putting a provision in your power of attorney documents that someone take care of your pets. Contact Jim to discuss these options or any other estate planning concerns you may have at 515-987-4578.



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