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Pet Trusts

For some of us, our four-legged kids are just as important as the human kind. In Wisconsin, you can provide for your furry kids just as you would for other family members, with a Pet Trust.  

As an additional Trust, you can select the dollar amount you would like to leave for the care of your pets;  select a Trustee who will make sure the funds are spent on your pet; and finally the Caretaker, the person who will actually care for your pets on a day to day basis.  

And, if all of the funds are not spent during the life of your pets, the remainder can be donated to any charity of your choosing.  Flores Legal Group understands how much pets are a part of our families and will help you get started on your estate plan that will include your pets!  

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Thanks for your interest. I know you have a lot of options when it comes to legal planning. Flores Legal Group, LLC has been the trusted partner of Waukesha area residents. I look forward to meeting with you. Schedule today!

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