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Give directions for your pet's care with a Pet Directive!

Create your pet directive to ensure that your pets are looked after you pass away. Use TrulyWill to leave instructions for your pet's guardian. We promise to make this legal process easy to understand, accessible, and affordable for you!
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Pet Directive
Create your Pet Directive to leave instructions for your pet's care and well-being.
Pet Directive
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A plan for who will look after your children and what should happen to your assets if something happens.
Last Will & Testament
Power of Attorney
HIPAA Authorization
Living Will
Important Directives:Advance Health Care Directive, Funeral Directive, and Pet Directive.
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Revocable Living Trust
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Last Will & Testament
Power of Attorney
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Living Will
Important Directives:Advance Health Care Directive, Funeral Directive, and Pet Directive.
Why do you need to create a Pet Directive?
Mention your pet guardian, who would look after them if something happens to you.
Share the medical history and healthcare needs of your pet with your guardian.
Mention the preferred veterinarian, groomer, and sitter for your pet.
Explain your pet's food type and treat preferences for the guardian to make the transition easier.
Mention their exercise routine in the Directive to keep your pet in good health.

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Answer a set of simple questions (We also have guides alongside these questions!)
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Pet Directive?
A pet directive is a document that you can add to your estate planning bundle. It is a directive containing information about your pet's preferences and general instructions you'd want to leave for the guardian. You can also mention the guardians of your pet who would take them in after you pass away. It's like a guardianship document that you create for your kids. You can mention their care, food, medical, and exercise needs to ensure a smoother transition for your pet.
Who needs a Pet Directive?
Everyone who has a pet should create a directive to ensure that their pets are taken care of if something happens to them. Many assume that their relatives or friends will look after them, but it's not always the case. Your loved ones may not want to take up this job, and in that case, your pets could end up in shelters. It's best to avoid this and select a guardian for your pet after talking to them. It would ensure that they have someone to look after them and the guardian knows what the pet needs.
How to choose a guardian for my pet?
You should definitely select someone who you trust, and your pet loves. Choosing someone your pet already knows and likes would always be better. Ensure they are also an animal lover and bonus points if they have pets. Also, they should have the financial means to care for your pet. So, find trusted people and talk to them about this role. Ensure that they're ready and willing to take responsibility before naming them as your pets' guardians.
What happens if I don't have a Pet Directive?
Your pet is your companion. If something happens to you, they should have someone willing to take care of them. However, without a Pet Directive, there wouldn't be information about who will take care of your furry companions. The court may appoint someone to settle your estate, and they may also have to decide what happens to your pets. However, if none of your relatives or loved ones take up the role of their guardian, your pets could end up in shelters or even be abandoned.
What can I mention in my Pet Directive?
You can mention several details about your pet's care and needs in the Directive. Some of them are their medical history, preferred veterinarian, preferred groomer and sitter, food type, exercise routine, temperament, and current medical treatments.
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