Equine estate planning issuesBY:  David M Frees III - Unruh, Turner, Burke and Frees

Should your estate plan include your pets and horses?


Estate Planning for Pets and Horses

According to attorney David Frees, most pet and horse owners would, if they could, provide for wills, trusts, or other planning for their horses and pets.  And, now that 32 states, including Pennsylvania provide for Pet Trusts, it is easier than ever but still takes planning.

For more information on how your will, trust or estate planning can provide for pets and pet care, including pet care memorandum, will clauses for pets, and pet and equine trusts, click here.

For a no obligation consultation on equine trusts, Pennsylvania trusts for pets, and estate planning for your pets call 610-933-8069 and ask for a consult by  phone or in person with attorney David Frees. 610-933-8069

David Frees' practice focuses on estate planning for all levels of affluence and he has helped clients to provide for their pets and horses in many different ways.  He maintains law offices in Pennsylvania located in Malvern, Phoenixville, and West Chester serving the communities of Oxford, West Bradford Township, Chester Springs, and many other communities in Chester and Montgomery Counties.


David M. Frees, III
Attorney, Speaker and Author
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