Posts Categorized: Pet Planning

Who Can Be My Beneficiary?

It may sound odd to hear that some beneficiaries can’t legally inherit. The two most commonly named beneficiaries who can’t legally inherit are minor children and pets.

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Planning for Your Pet in Washington

It has been possible in Washington since 2001 to leave a trust to care for your pet if the pet should outlive you . The legislature recognized that people did not want to leave the...

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Planning For Pets

Estate planning when properly done is an exercise in covering all of your bases, and some things are more obvious than others. It’s clear that you need to choose a potential guardian for your children...

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3 Ways a Pet Trust Can Protect Your Pet

We’ve all heard the crazy stories about rich celebrities leaving ridiculous amounts of cash to their dog or cat. Yet, while we might not consider bequeathing our entire estate to our poodle, we do want...

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