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In a recent study, 73 % of dog owners and 65 % of cat owners consider their companion animals to be like their children or family members. Many people would like to provide for their animals in their wills. Historically animals were treated as property. As property, they could not be the beneficiary of a will or trust. That has changed. The Revised Code of Washington allows a trust to be established for the benefit of a pet. Certain requirements must be followed for the trust to be effective. If you are interested in having a trust drafted to benefit your companion animals, contact Laurie Elliott. She will prepare a standard pet trust for you for a FLAT FEE. Get the peace of mind of knowing that your animals will be taken care of in the event that something happens to you. If you are in need of additional estate planning documents, Ms. Elliott can prepare them for you.