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Explore your options to personalize your estate plan.

In our previous blog post, we discussed some of the options you have for making sure your pet is taken care of after you die. That post was only one small example of special considerations that must be thought about when you are creating an estate plan. We can help you explore your situation so you can learn the options you have available to create an estate plan.

Should I worry about my pets when making an estate plan?

When you are creating an estate plan, there are several things that you have to think about. Most people are aware that they have to decide how their property will be distributed after they die. Some people also consider setting plans for their final days or even their final arrangements. But, have you thought about what will happen to your pet if your pet outlives you?

The probate process varies from simple to complex

When a loved one dies, the last thing most people want to have to do is to fight over the estate. In some cases, a fight is necessary. This is often the case when it is believed that the will or other estate planning documents that were presented to the court isn't what the decedent would have wanted. That can be because the decedent wasn't legally competent to execute the documents.

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