A Trust for Fluffy or Fido? Why Pet Parents Need to Consider a Pet Trust Today from Austin Estate Planning Lawyer Liz Nielsen

Pet Parents

Estate planning is about protecting what’s important to you. Although much of the traditional estate planning conversation focuses on surviving spouses, children, grandchildren, many pet parents wonder about what could happen to their “furry children” after their death or if they become incapacitated and unable to care for the pets. Read on if you’ve ever thought, “What will happen to my cat, dog, or other pet if I pass away?” “What if I’m incapacitated and unable to care for them?”