ARTICLES - Estate Planning - WHEN THE CLIENT WANTS TO LEAVE IT TO THE CAT - An estate plan leaving significant assets for a pet's care -- Or making some other unusual bequest -- May create a litigation target for family members. If the loved one your client wants to provide for is outside the norm, or has fur or feathers, there are solutions.
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