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No more horsing around — we mean business.

Equine-related legal matters and disputes need to be handled by equine attorneys.  Period.  Horse owners, breeders, trainers, agents, riders, boarders, etc. -- these individuals are learning firsthand the value of equine-specific representation (and the limitations of using a non-specialized attorney).  Experienced equine attorneys combine knowledge of the horse industry with expertise in handling business law,…
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No Contest Clause

A “no contest clause” is a clause created by the maker of the will, which provides that if a beneficiary under a will challenges the validity of the will in a court proceeding, the beneficiary forfeits the gift provided.  Over the past several years, courts have had to deal with a wide range of issues…
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California’s Agisters Lien Law Or How to Collect From Your Boarders

By: T. Randolph Catanese, Esq. Copyright ©2007 How many times have you heard someone say that they have horse boarders who have not paid their bills and wish they knew how they could collect?  Even worse, the party not being paid, the boarding facility, still has the obligation to provide care for the horses in…
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