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Temporary Pet Guardianship

If you intend to be out of town without your loved pets, you should assign Temporary Guardianship to the responsible caretaker.

If you intend to be out of town without your loved pets, you should assign Temporary Guardianship to the responsible caretaker. This legal document allows pet owners to designate a trusted individual to care for their pets on a temporary basis should the need arise. In the event of a medical emergency, a veterinarian is likely to only speak with the caretaker and allow the caretaker to make important decisions with your authorized consent. If you are inaccessible or unavailable, your pet may suffer from the delay in medical care. By having these details outlined in advance, the designated temporary guardian can seamlessly step in and provide the necessary care for the pet in the owner’s absence.

Assignment of Temporary Guardianship is important to allow the caretaker to make health, medical, safety, and comfort decisions for your pets and requires others to follow the directions of the caretaker.

We understand the importance of peace of mind when it comes to your pet’s well-being. By working with an experienced estate planning attorney, you can create a comprehensive plan that provides for the care of your pets and leave you with peace of mind knowing your furry family members will be well cared in the event of an emergency. If you have travel plans without your pets, contact us at Kierman Law to establish Temporary Pet Guardianship.

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