Pets are members of the family, so it is important to consider how to provide for them in your estate plan just as you would the human family members.
It's not as strange as it sounds: people are very close to their pets, and it's natural they want them to be taken care of after they're gone. Click through for some help in making sure your beloved animal friends are provided for.
It’s important to not think about estate planning as something you do for yourself (or something that can be overlooked). One of the best ways you can show appreciation for your loved ones is to make sure they’re cared for—and that applies to the humans and animals in your life.
Think about what your pets really need for continued care. If your pets are very important to you and your family, you can include and protect them in your estate plan, according to BravoTV.com's Unleashed in “Don't Leave Pets Out of Estate Planning.”
Horses may have become part of your family. However, under the law, horses and other pets are property. The law considers your horses and other pets in the same category as assets, such as your house or automobile. However, there are options to guarantee their care, according to Newsmax...
More and more people are protecting pets in their estate plans, as well as their loved ones. There are some tips that should be considered, if you plan to protect your pets after you pass away.