by Josh Bryant
This week is #PuppyDay, so it is apropos to talk about pet trusts.
When you pass away or are incapacitated, someone is going to have to take care of your animals. Many people create a trust for their pets to do so. Now, there are some absurd examples like a trust that provides for a burial plot next to their deceased owner, a pet yacht, and more. However, in more real life examples pet trusts are used to ensure that your trustee has the funds to provide for the food, boarding, companionship, and veterinary care while you are disabled or have passed away.
We draft pet trusts all the time at The Bryant Law Firms - it's really a pretty common thing to do! Set up an appointment by clicking here to discuss your pet trust needs.
Josh Bryant is an attorney, entrepreneur, pastor, and visionary with a heart to see churches, businesses, and families more secure, more effective, and more efficient in fulfilling their mission and bringing glory to God.