For many, the thought has probably never even crossed their mind; what is going to happen to my pet after I pass. Without any agreements in place, there is no certainty as to what will happen to your pet. It is possible that a family member will take care of your pet, but what is to guarantee that your family member will provide your pet with the same love and care that you did?
This is why creating provisions for your pet in your Will is important. In your Will, you can set-up a trust for your pet that will set aside a certain amount of money that is to be used only for the maintenance and care of your pet. It is not advisable to simply set aside money for your pet because there is no guarantee that the money for that purpose. By virtue of a trust, the allocated money can only be used for the purposes as laid out in the trust document.
In addition to creating a trust, you can also designate a guardian for your pet once you pass. By doing this, your pet will not end up in the hands of someone who would not care properly for your pet. You can select a trusted person who you believe will best care for your pet the way you did.
To ensure your pet’s lifestyle and well-being is maintained after you pass, creating provisions in your Will is the best way to achieve this. www.Petwillkit.com offers you a no-cost, no-obligation Will-making service. Please take advantage of this service as it can provide you with a great deal of relief knowing that your loved ones, whether 2-legged or 4-legged, are provided for.