Pet planning is something that not everyone thinks about, but that every pet owner should do. When you have an animal who depends upon you for a home and for safety and security, you do not want to let that animal down. Your pets are a part of your family and you need to make provisions to ensure they are provided for and kept safe if something happens that makes it impossible for you to care for your animal. Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates provides comprehensive assistance with pet … [Read more...] about Top Pet Planning Mistakes People Make
There is no denying the fact that people love their pets, and why not? Our dogs and cats are a great source of joy, providing entertainment, companionship, and a particular brand of love. A lot of people do not think about their pets when they are engaged in the estate planning process. They assume that they are going to outlive their fine furry friends and in many cases they will. However, there are no guarantees so you really should ask yourself what would happen to your pet if you were to … [Read more...] about Is Your Pet Included in Your Estate Plan?
One of the things that can be a bit challenging to address when you are making preparations for the future is the way that you will be making provisions for your pet. If you have a dog, cat, bird or any other type of animal you must ask yourself what will become of your friend after your passing. If you are a young person with a pet this may not be much of a concern for you, but it is still a good idea to include your pet in your estate plan because accidents and unexpected illnesses do befall … [Read more...] about Pet Planning: Have Your Questions Answered
When you get up there in years you invariably lose people that were close to you. Your spouse and siblings may pass away, you no longer have interactions with your coworkers as a retiree, and you may not spend as much time with your children as you would like to. There is no substitute for these types of interactions. However, if you were to experience loneliness as a senior you may want to consider purchasing or adopting a dog or perhaps a cat. Experts have found that pet ownership is … [Read more...] about Estate Planning for Pet Owners