How to include your pet in estate planning: Popovic-Montag

Experts say there is a small, but growing percentage of pet owners who have expressed interest in making provisions for their pets after they are gone. They can range from relaxed, informal arrangements to rigid, structured ones, with varying levels of risk. Hull & Hull LLP managing partner Suzana Popovic-Montag, says Canadian law considers pets property, so owners can't bequeath houses, money or other assets to Fido directly. (The Canadian Press)

How to include your pet in estate planning: Popovic-Montag

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