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Pet Trust, Charitable Giving, and Pet Insurance For Pets Seminar
You’ve planned for your spouse. You’ve planned for your kids. But what happens to your pet if you suddenly become sick or die?
For many of us our pets are beloved members of our families. We devote a big part of ourselves seeing that they are happy and healthy, but what will happen to your pet if you suddenly become ill or die? Who will take care of your little friend? Will they know what your pet’s needs are?
Sadly, we see many dogs and cats who become homeless because their owner died or became too sick to manage their care. Ensure that your best friend will be taken care of if something unforeseen happens to you.
Join us for a free seminar on pet trusts presented by attorney Michael C. Hodes, Esquire of Hodes Pessin, & Katz. You’ll also learn a bit about pet insurance and ways you can help other homeless animals. Following the seminar a tour of Baltimore Humane Society’s no-kill shelter will be given to anyone who would like a close-up look.
Co-hosted by Baltimore Humane Society and Hodes, Pessin, & Katz, P.A.
Registration Required. To register, contact Erin Covell at 410-938-8800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Where||Baltimore Humane Society 1601 Nicodemus Rd, Reisterstown, MD 21136|
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|Time||10:00 am–12:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Phone||410-833-8848 ext. 202|
More About Baltimore Humane Society
For more than 83 years, the Baltimore Humane Society has helped care for suffering and homeless animals. Located on 365 acres of land, the Humane Society operates an animal shelter, a spay/neuter center, a memorial park and a wildlife sanctuary. It has a commitment to protect the region's pets and to address their suffering. Live humane. Lead humane. Believe humane. Dream humane. Learn more about the Humane Society of Baltimore at its website.