PetWill Radio

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

When estate plans fail

Two very interesting and unique topics in one article - my favorite topic, planning for your pets. And, a second topic regarding the treatment of cryo-preserved genetic material (frozen embryos and frozen sperm, as an example)under the umbrella of estate planning. The first topic, you can read all about in my book, "All My Children Wear Fur Coats - How to Leave a Legacy for your Pet", available through Amazon using the link on this blog. The second topic is gaining in popularity due to some recent cases regarding the rights of children to receive benefits or an inheritance who may have been conceived after the death of one of their biological parents. We've recently started asking clients whether they have any frozen genetic material just to make sure we don't miss this planning opportunity.

Both subjects are too important to be ignored. Let me know if you need more information.

When estate plans fail – Estate of Denial

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