It’s important to understand that equine law defines a “horse” as property, which can be bought and sold. The general rule in the United States is that horses are “personal property.” Once a horse is defined as property a person’s rights and remedies are limited to those the law recognizes for injury, interference or theft…Read more
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A living trust is a written legal document where assets are placed into a trust for a person’s benefit during their lifetime and their beneficiaries benefit after their death. The successor trustee is put in charge of reallocating assets after the death of the individual who wrote the trust. The living trust is often selected…Read more
The cost of taking care of and boarding a horse can be quite expensive. If the owner of the horse isn’t up to date on his or her payments to a boarding facility, that facility could face serious financial issues as someone has to pay for the care of the horse. In some cases,…Read more
Your last will and testament is very important to ensure your assets are bequeathed as you wish. Every state has its own estate and trust laws, and California is no different. If you live in California, here are a few things you should know about creating a will: The Last Will and Testament Must…Read more
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