Estate Planning For Pets

What happens to pets when their owners die? How do you make sure your pets will be cared for? And, even before death, what happens if you become ill or move into a care facility where pets are not allowed?

Every month, IBPSA offers at least one free webinar exclusively for our Members. But, as we believe this month’s webinar is a crucially important discussion, we’re opening it up to everyone. On February 1st, attorney and author Peggy Hoyt will present “Estate Planning for People and Their Pets.” This is great information for not only you and your own pets, but key knowledge to have at the ready should your pet care clients ask about planning for their pets.

We invite you to join us for this FREE webinar on February 1, 2017, at 1PM Central:
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Estate Planning for People and Their Pets

Animal companions… your pets… “your children.” Pets come in all shapes and sizes – from horses to hamsters, from ferrets to felines – they inhabit our hearts with their own unique personalities. They share day-to-day struggles, adventures, and special moments with us. We share our homes, our beds and our hearts with our pets. They leave us with a legacy of happy memories after they’re gone. Our pets love us unconditionally, help reduce stress and even enhance longevity. For all these reasons and so many more, explore all the alternatives for planning for your pet including pet trusts, disability planning, disaster planning, perpetual care alternatives, and animal care panels.

Presenter Peggy Hoyt is an attorney and the author of All My Children Wear Fur Coats – How to Leave a Legacy to Your Pet, an informative and inspirational guide for pet owners who want to include their pets as part of their estate plans.

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