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Dear Mr. Travis Roemhild,
Seminars of the type you wrote about in the Ahwatukee Foothills News underscore the need for planning in advance regarding one’s estate, they also serve a useful purpose to highlight for the general public the need and importance of including ones pets in their estate planning. There are many questions raised when planning for companion animals that bear discussion and sometimes there are no easy answers.
Our intention when we created our book, ‘Fat Cats & Lucky Dogs’, was that it would be an easy to understand and complete resource of information and ideas that the general public could immediately use; for providing guidance to those who would like to explore planning possibilities for their families and pets; and for stimulating people to take action before they are in a position where they can’t.
We hope as many people as possible will be encouraged to deal with this type of planning rather than leave it to others and the courts when they no longer can.We believe our book is of great value to everyone who loves their companion animals.
Barry Seltzer, Lawyer & Professor Gerry W. Beyer, Governor Preston E. Smith Regents Professor of Law, Texas Tech University School of Law
A few observations about ‘Fat Cats & Lucky Dogs’
I have received ... a copy of your book, Fat Cats & Lucky Dogs. I look forward to reading it...
Very truly yours, JUSTICE SONIA SOTOMAYOR, Supreme Court of the United States
The book if full of wonderful anecdotes and sound advice. I know I will enjoy reading it.
Sincerely yours,JUSTICE SAMUEL A. ALITO JR.,Supreme Court of the United States
Thank you for...your book...I look forward to reading it. It is so nice to see other animal lovers taking time to instruct people on how to care for their pet's well being.
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