Have you considered what would happen to your pet if you were to die?

Are you a pet lover? Have you considered what would happen to your pet if you were to die? There is a way to ensure that your pet is cared for, at no extra expense.

In the eyes of the law, our pets are considered to be our property. This means that, unlike our friends and family, we cannot leave money or gifts to our furry companions in our Wills.

The thought of leaving your pet without a home can be daunting, especially in a time when your pet is already stressed over the loss of their favorite human. It is recommended that you ask a trusted friend or family member if they agree to look after your pet when this time comes. If you don’t have a person who would be able to care for your loved pet, you can include in your Will for the pet’s placement in a legacy program with a not-for-profit animal organisation that will ensure that your pet is re-homed in a loving environment, handpicked to suit your pet’s individual needs.

This can be organised by calling MADSEN LAW on 07 32097744 to discuss this process.

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