Helping You Provide Lifetime Care For Your Pet
What will happen to your pet after you pass away? By taking measures today, you can know the answer to that question with certainty. Your estate plan can include provisions for the future care of your pet. You can specify in detail where your pet will live, who will care for it and how the costs for that care will be funded.
Estate Planning Attorney Serving St. Paul And Minnesota
Sheridan & Dulas, P.A., is an estate planning law firm in Eagan, Minnesota. We have experience helping people plan for the future care of dogs, cats, horses and other pets. These measures can give you the assurance that your pet will be cared for in the event of your death or disability.
In a free consultation, one of our attorneys can review your situation and explain your options regarding the future care of your pet. Call us today at 651-686-8800 or 800-491-9983.
Providing For The Care Of Your Pet In Minnesota
Minnesota is one of the few states that does not allow the creation of pet trusts. Nevertheless, there are ways to work around this fact.
For example, you could bequeath your pet to someone you trust, and provide a sum of money in your will to that person, stating that the money is to be used for the care of your pet. You can be very specific about the level of care that is to be provided. You can also indicate what you wish to be done if the person entrusted with your pet can no longer carry out those duties. Of course, before updating your will in this manner, you should speak with and get the approval of the person to whom you want to bequeath your pet.
We can discuss these issues with you, including the level of funding that will be sufficient to provide care for your pet over the course of its natural life. Based on your needs, our experienced attorneys will then create the documents needed to achieve your goals.
Free Consultation With A Lawyer
Contact Sheridan & Dulas, P.A., to learn more about estate planning for pet owners. We serve clients throughout the Twin Cities area and Minnesota.