Don't Let Your Pet End Up in a Shelter

Consider their well-being when making your estate plan

Your pet is more than just a pet - they're family. When you plan for your family's future, you want to keep your pet's well-being in mind. Avrine Law Firm, LLC will help you create a pet trust or choose a guardian for your pet in the event of your incapacitation or death.

Take your pet's health and care into consideration when you're working on your estate plan. Speak to an estate planning attorney today.

Who will care for your pet after you're gone?

If something happens to you, your pet needs a responsible party to take care of them. Who you choose is ultimately up to you, but it's always better to put your decisions in writing.

Many pet owners choose...

  • Trusted family members. You can ask your parents, siblings or any other family member to care for your pet.
  • Close friends. You don't have to be related to someone for them to care for your pet.
  • Local rescues or no-kill shelters. You have the option to select a trusted rescue or no-kill shelter to rehome your pet.

Want to learn more about including your pets in your estate planning? Contact us today to set up an appointment.

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