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What will happen to your pet after you’re gone? The answer may surprise you!

Every year, over 500,000 pets are abandoned due to the health or disability of their human companions…

But, you can help change that statistic!

When it comes to protecting your pet, no one does it better than you do.

You love them…
You feed them…
You make sure they have everything they need to live a happy, healthy life.

But, what would happen if you were no longer around? Who would care for you pet? Would your friends and family know what foods to feed or medications to give?

How can you ensure that your pet continues to receive the love and care they need?

You Need a Pet Trust!
A Pet Trust is a powerful legal document that gives you the ability to not only set aside funds for your pet’s future care, but also stipulate exactly what kind of care you expect your pet to receive.

This unique Estate Planning tool is available to all pet owners regardless of the number of pets you own or the types of pets you have — and to show you just how effective this new legal tool can be, we’ve created a free report that you can access right now!

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Leaving your pet unprotected can have disastrous results! Not only could your pet end up in a shelter, but many pets – especially older ones – are euthanized because there was no one to step in and oversee their care.

Now, most people think you can just leave some money to your pet in a Will and that will ensure their care…but that couldn’t be farther from the truth! In reality, pets are considered property under the law and therefore, can’t inherit!

Here are a few other misconceptions about providing for your pet:

  • Designating someone in your Will doesn’t guarantee they won’t end up in a shelter…even if you bequeath money to provide for their care! Once the Will has been probated and the estate dissolved, there’s nothing to stop your caregiver from dropping your pet off at the nearest shelter and taking a vacation off of the money you left behind!
  • A Will can’t protect you in the event of a disability. Your Will doesn’t become an active document until your death, so if you become incapacitated, there’s nothing to protect your pet.
  • Contrary to popular opinion, not everyone likes animals. So while you might think that your siblings or your grand children would protect your pet, the truth is that they might not have the time, the patience or the living arrangements to take on a new pet.

That’s why it’s so crucial that you take steps to provide for your pet now! Just enter your name and email address in the box above to get our exclusive FREE REPORT!



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