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Pets and Probate: What Happens to My Pet When I Die?
Pets and Probate: What Happens to My Pet When I Die?

After you die, your loved ones and the court will decide what to do with your pet — unless you make other arrangements. That is why many people include instructions for their pets in their estate plans. Most courts consider pets as property, so what happens to your pet will ...

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