Ensure Your Privileged Pooch is Always Properly Pampered


The World’s Richest Pets … and How to Ensure Your Privileged Pooch is Always Properly Pampered

A cat with a $200,000 trust fund … and how to make sure your pet is well-provided for by avoiding any of THE 101 BIGGEST ESTATE PLANNING MISTAKES in estate attorney Herbert E. Nass’s all-new volume

This is a story about a cat with a $200,000 trust fund named Ming.

You see, Ming’s owner had passed away, and it was Attorney Herbert E. Nass’s job to make sure all of Ming’s pet food, medical care, and catnip were provided for during Ming’s lifetime.

When Ming finally went to kitty heaven at age 10, the trust dictated that the remaining funds would go to Ming’s caretaker, a doorman in Ming’s building.

However, because Attorney Nass needed to make sure Ming’s death was not the result of foul play, he arranged for an autopsy which confirmed Ming had indeed passed away from natural causes.

With the coroner’s report in hand, Attorney Nass was able to deliver the substantial balance of funds to the doorman and his family.

In this case, everything went according to plan. However, unless you know all the possible pitfalls of estate law, things can go wrong.

Really wrong.

Take Hotel Queen, Leona Helmsley, who left $12,000,000 to her dog named Trouble. Unfortunately, for the pooch, the Queen of Mean made a myopic miscalculation that resulted in her Maltese getting a $10,000,000 haircut from the probate judge.

That’s why Attorney Nass has recently written a new book titled THE 101 BIGGEST ESTATE PLANNING MISTAKES where he assembles every bone-headed blunder … foolhardy foul-up … and chowder-headed mistake he has seen in his renowned, 25-year career as an estate attorney for the rich and famous.

Inside these remarkable pages you’ll learn how to make sure that your estate will guarantee:

  • Your privileged parrot will always get the premium cashew-filled bird seed he deserves.
  • Your well-heeled Weimaraner will remain in group therapy because her stock portfolio has plummeted.
  • Your affluent iguana will never be wanting for mixed salad greens and a warm rock.

In short, if you can read this — there’s still time!
There’s still time to ensure your pets are properly cared for — before your unable.


About Author

Devoted pet owner and now, devoted pet editor, Judi worked in traditional offices, keeping the books and the day-to-day operations organized. Taking her dog to work every day for over a decade never seemed odd. Neither did having an office cat. She knows what it's like to train a new puppy and she's experienced the heartache of losing beloved companions. Retired, she currently lives with her spoiled dog and four chickens (who are, interestingly enough, also spoiled).

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