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09/23/2016

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Regina


In most developed countries a pet trust is a legal arrangement that specifies how your animal companions would be cared for and taken care of financially if you pass away, or if you become ill or disabled and can no longer take care of them yourself.
Understanding how pet trusts work and what the benefits are can help you decide whether you need to include one in your estate plan.

For developing countries, planning a trust for a pet is something which to many if not all does not exist!

Amazing story though.

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