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Most frequently asked questions and answers
A will is a document where you state your wishes for the disposition of your assets upon your death and name guardians for your minor children. A will also provides you with the means to fund your pet trust.
In your will you will be able to make charitable gifts, state your last wishes and name a digital executor to handle your digital files and online accounts.
Dying without a will is called dying intestate. If you die intestate your assets will be divided according to your state's laws which may not be how you would like.
Intestate laws make no provisions for pets, so you would be at the mercy of your family for the care of your dog(s) It is always better to have a will and a pet trust to protect your dog(s)..
You need to include all the particulars about what you want to happen upon your death and, if you have minor children, you'll be able to name who you would like to be their guardians should both parents predecease the children.
You will need to appoint an executor to handle your affairs and possibly an alternate executor in the event that your primary executor is unable or unwilling to perform their duties.
In your will you will be able to fund your pet trust, make special gifts and charitable contributions. You will be also be able to state your last wishes and name a digital executor to handle your digital assets.
Yes, our wills are legal in all 50 states. The most important thing is that your will be signed and witnessed.
You could write your will on a napkin and as long as it was signed and witnessed, it would be a legal will. You can read a legal opinion discussing the legality of our wills here: opinion letter
A trust is a legal entity that holds property and money for the benefits of beneficiaries. A pet-trust is a special kind of trust just for pets. Having a pet trust is a great tool to ensure that your dog is taken care of the way you want after you are gone.
The trust is a legally enforceable arrangement and pet trust laws now exist in all states. In the trust, you can make sure your dog is protected and will receive the care that it needs.
The funds placed in the pet trust will be used to pay for the dog’s care and expenses, such as vet visits, grooming, feeding, etc.
You can specify how often you want your dog to go to the vet, what type of food it eats, how often it should be walked, what happens to its body after it dies, and so on.
Essentially, the pet trust ensures that your dog will have the same standard of living that it is used to when you were alive.
A Pet trust is important for all dogs, but it is especially beneficial for those with a long life span and for exotic dogs for which would be hard to place a new home.
With our pets estate planning package you can get a will and a pet trust for just $89. It will only take you a few minutes to get the legal documents you need to protect your dog(s) were something to happen to you.