Fullerton Pet Trusts Attorneys
Protect Your Pet’s Future Today
At OC Elder Law , we understand that the bond between pets and their owners
is special. Owning a pet can be life-changing, which is why so many pet
owners decide to include their animals in their estate plan. Our lawyers
have years of experience and are familiar with the law, and we know which
legal documents and estate planning tools you need to ensure your pet
is cared for when you are no longer around or incapacitated.
What Is a Pet Trust?
A pet trust allows you to leave funds to pay for care expenses for your
animal. With a pet trust, you name a person who will be in charge of managing
and spending the funds in accordance with your written instructions.
Our legal team at OC Elder Law is here to take the time to discuss the
following matters to help you establish the right type of trust for your animal:
- Specifying which animals are covered under the trust
- Naming a person to care for the animal
- Allocating how much money should be used for pet care expenses
- Drafting detailed caretaking instructions
- Enforcing the terms of the trust
Pet Trust Disputes
Disputes among family members and beneficiaries of an estate are common
when a person leaves behind funds for a pet. From challenging the amount
necessary for the animal’s care to claiming undue influence regarding
the handling of funds, it’s crucial to consult with a skilled trust
attorney if you want to leave money for your pet after you pass away.
Comprehensive Estate Planning Services in Southern California
Our legal team is here to use our extensive resources to help create a
plan for your pet so you know they will be taken care of in the future.
We will guide you through all your options so you feel confident about
the choices you make. You can count on the lawyers at OC Elder Law to
be in your corner and to provide you with top-notch legal representation
when you need us most.
If you want to speak to one of our attorneys about finding the right solution
for your pet, then please give us a call today at (800) 220-4205 or
book a free 15-minute virtual consultation.