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Planning For Your Pet

There are many pet owners who care deeply for their animal. If you have a four-legged member of the family, you may want to make provisions for your pet in the event you die or become incapacitated. There are a number of ways you can make arrangements for your pet.

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If you would like to make provisions for your pet, it is important to have this conversation with your estate planning attorney, to determine which option will be best for you.

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