‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Might Make a Comeback at the SAG Awards

Curb Your Enthusiasm is back for another season, this time, it’s season 11. The HBO series returns after the fictional Larry David watched as his coffee store burned down and now, the new season is opening up with Larry discovering a burglar who had drowned in his pool thanks to him having improper fencing. Last year, the series didn’t get any Screen Actors Guild Awards, but the show might be making a comeback this year.

Larry David in Curb Your Enthusiasm ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ with a Potential Comeback

Recent predictions regarding the SAG Awards is that Curb Your Enthusiasm is in the running for some nominations. It’s ranked amongst the Top 10 when it comes to Comedy Ensemble, and Larry David is also ranked in the Top 12 for Comedy Actor.

To make it into the Top 5 spots in each category, the series will have to overcome a few other hot series such as Only Murders in the Building, Hacks, and Ted Lasso. The actors that David has to beat include Martin Short, Jason Sudeikis, and Steve Martin.

Unlike most of the other series and competitors, Curb Your Enthusiasm has quite the track record at the SAG Awards. The series has had 6 nominations over the past 12 years, and it’s one of the shows that voters know well.

Curb In the SAG Awards

Scenes from Curb Your Enthusiasm's 11th season. Back in 2006, Curb Your Enthusiasm got its first SAG Awards nomination for ensemble and David when the show was in its 5th season. In 2010, both the show and David were nominated for SAG Awards regarding the show’s 7th season. Another breakthrough at the SAG Awards happened in 2018 for the show’s 9th season.

Even though for the 10th season, the show didn’t receive any nominations, the SAG Award voters are continuing to watch the series. This has been proved since the show has managed to make several comebacks in the past. Now, it’s likely that Curb Your Enthusiasm will be back with SAG Awards nominations for the 11th season.

What Happens When Someone Leaves Money to a Pet in a Will

Ever wondered what would happen to your pet if it outlives you? You wouldn’t be alone in having such thoughts. When iconic fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld passed away at age 85 last year, he left part of his $300-million fortune to his female Burmese cat, Choupette. His longtime companion was duly included in the will. The cat is expected to have nothing but lavish feasts for the rest of her life. But, how exactly are such matters arranged?

Black Frenchie holding a piggy bank and some cash
What Happens When Someone Leaves Money to a Pet in a Will

More and More People Are Asking the Same Question

Can a person legally include an animal in their will? Pet owners have increasingly gained interest in ensuring there are provisions in their wills that secure their furry friends’ lives in the unlikely event of them passing away. Technically, an animal is legally considered property, and since a person cannot leave their property to another property, additional provisions must be made.

There Could Be a Special Provision in the Will

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What Happens When Someone Leaves Money to a Pet in a Will

In order for you to include your pet in your will, you need to include a provision that dedicates a certain amount of money to the care of your pet. There is one problem with this solution, which is why most lawyers don’t recommend it. It’s difficult to make sure that whoever is taking care of the pet is actually using the funds exclusively for their benefit.

It’s Best to Set up a Pet Trust Fund

A small pup next to a pile of dollar bills
What Happens When Someone Leaves Money to a Pet in a Will

Yes, there is a better option. You can set up a trust fund for your pet and assign a trustee, the person who will be distributing the funds to the caretaker of the pet. The trustee or enforcer who will have the legal right to supervise the care the pet receives. A pet trust is a system of checks and balances dedicated to meeting the needs of your dog, cat, parrot, or another animal. The decedent of the will can also specify what would happen to the remaining funds after the pet has died.