Recently, an elderly woman in China garnered attention when she bequeathed $2.8 million to her pet cats, thus highlighting the extent to which individuals might go to secure the welfare of their cherished pets.

However, in the United States, the laws concerning estate planning are not as accommodating towards provisions for animal companions. Consequently, this raises an important question: As a U.S citizen with considerable concern for your pet's well-being, how might you guarantee their care in your absence?

You can use your estate plan to ensure the well-being of your four-legged friends under all circumstances.

Andrew Ayers
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I work with business and estate planning clients to craft legal solutions to protect their legacies.