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Can power of attorney documents safeguard beloved pets?

Pet owners take many steps to make sure their pets are cared for, especially if the owner has to leave town or can otherwise not care for them. While these short breaks are often planned for, many British Columbia pet owners do not think to put safeguards in place for their pets should they become incapacitated. Power of attorney documents, living trusts, and other preparation can prevent confusion about who should care for a pet in the case the owner is no longer capable of doing so.

How to discuss power of attorney and estate plans with family

When families get together, estate plans are probably the last thing most people want to discuss. It can be an emotional topic for many, and can feel quite morbid to raise during the usual holiday get-togethers. However, it is important that British Columbia individuals start these conversations with their families, so those who are named as power of attorney or executor have clarity on what is to come.

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