Shadow, Dolly, Spot, Ming, Trouble and Madam Shan are just a few of the pets that have received favored treatment in their owners' wills. Because of the foresight of their humans, these beloved companions lived out their lives in comfortable surroundings. Virtually all of a lawyer's clients want to provide for their pets, but few actually do, says Gerry W. Beyer of Texas Tech University School of Law.
Commentary: Clients' Pets Deserve Care When Owners Die
March 1, 2010
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