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luciedove
March 3rd, 2007, 04:26 PM
Saturday, March 10th

"Caring for Your Pets When You No Longer Can -
When a Will Is Not Enough"
Rachel Hirschfeld, Esq. (http://www.pettrustlawyer.com/)

Time: 1 pm

Location: 242 E. 53 Street
3rd Floor
New York, NY
(next door to Quest Book Shoppe)

In America, more adults have pets than children. Pet Protection Agreements and Pet Trusts offer peace of mind. Don't leave your pet's protection and well being to chance.
A Pet Protection Agreement or a Pet Trust is an affordable and simple way to ensure a loving home for your birds when you no longer can take care of them. The benefit of having a Pet Protection Agreement or a Pet Trust is more than the peace of mind of knowing that your pets are going to be cared for and protected. These legal documents (Pet Protection Agreement, Pet Trust) memorialize your animals' needs, their veterinarian, medications and favorite toy, and designate caretakers.

Bio:
Rachel Hirschfeld, an attorney who concentrates in Pet Trusts, was appointed to New York State Bar Association's Special Committee on Animals and the Law as well as the New York City Bar Association's Committee for Legal Issues Pertaining to Animals. She is the creator of The Pet Protection Agreement and The Hirschfeld Pet Trust (www.pettrustlawyer.com (http://www.pettrustlawyer.com/)), the catalyst for which was Ms. Hirschfeld's beloved dog, Soupbone.

Rachel Hirschfeld, Esq.
Pet trusts - Elder law - Trusts and estates
877-7-PET-TRUST
212-353-8456
fx: 925-888-1644
www.estateplanninglawyernewyork.com (http://www.estateplanninglawyernewyork.com)

Admission: $5
Pls rsvp: nybirdclub@yahoo.com

Sponsored by the New York Bird Club (http://www.manhattanbirdclub.com)

Punzie
March 4th, 2007, 01:40 AM
Even if you can't attend this event, it's extremely important to establish legal trusts for your pets. When the old lady next door to me died, her (grown) children did not assume care for her indoor pet cats. Her children just threw the cats outside and sold her house.

iam_j4yn3
March 5th, 2007, 05:39 PM
Even if you can't attend this event, it's extremely important to establish legal trusts for your pets. When the old lady next door to me died, her (grown) children did not assume care for her indoor pet cats. Her children just threw the cats outside and sold her house.

:(Wow thats so sad how can people be so mean.
i hope somebody took them home.
thats really a great idea to have somebody to take care of your pets.