Whether you're buying or selling, tax planning, building a contract or agreement, or are settling a dispute related to the horse industry, a lawyer experienced in equine law can help benefit you.
What is equine law?
Equine Law includes all legal aspects of the horse industry and horse-related business, such as buying and selling; breeding; boarding; leasing horses; liability, such as that incurred by owners, trainers, riders and students; labor issues faced by owners and trainers; and more. Catanese & Wells specifically specializes in:
- General Equine and Horse Law
- Lease Agreements
- Breeding Contracts
- Equine Litigation Support
- Syndication Agreements
- Purchase and Sale Agreements
- Installment Sale Agreements
- Equine Real Estate and Ranch Matters
- Tax Planning
- Equine Insurance Claims
- Corporations and Partnerships
What does an equine attorney do?
Aside from having profound knowledge of the horse industry and laws that relate to the industry, an equine lawyer draft, review, and negotiate contracts in a variety of situations used by both professionals and non-professionals in the horse industry… a few examples are listed above.
An equine attorney can help save you money due to their knowledge of the rules governing the sport and industry. They are also up-to-date on laws and how they work, which is beneficial for someone who's not well versed in the laws in the equine industry. Hiring an attorney who is unfamiliar with the industry would have to spend additional time learning how the industry works and may overlook important factors when it comes to drafting a release or contract, or settling your case.