There are a lot things that you have to think about when you are planning your estate. You might not realize it, but you can use your estate to make plans for Fido and Fluffy.
Many pet owners don't think that their pet will outlive them, but this is sometimes possible. Using a pet trust can help you ensure that your pets are taken care of after you are gone. We can help you learn about how you can accomplish this.
The first thing that you have to think about is who you want to care for your pets. You need to think about who is able to do this and who will be willing to care for them in the way that you intend.
Once you know who is going to care for Fluffy and Fido, you can set up a pet trust. This trust would provide the caregivers with the financial means to care for them.
As part of the trust, you will need to decide who is going to oversee the trust. You also have to think about what will happen to any assets that remain in the trust if the trust outlasts the pet.
We know that you might not even know where to start with this kind of planning as part of your estate plan. We are here to help you learn about the pet trust laws in New Jersey so that you can have a basic understanding of what they are. Once you know this, you can move forward with making sure your pet is taken care of for the rest of its life.