Estate Planning for Pets

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Whether referred to as domesticated pets, companion animals, specialty pets, service animals or as simply pets, they play an extremely significant role in the lives of many Montanans. This publication will explain how to plan ahead and obtain the appropriate legal documents, to ensure pets will continue to receive proper care if the owner becomes incapacitated or dies. 8-pages, black and white. 

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