While owning a horse is fun and exciting, don’t ignore the legalities that could arise. Although no horse owner wants to experience equine-related lawsuits, the reality is that they can and do happen, and these lawsuits can cause a lot of hassle, heartache, and heavy expenses. It’s important to educate yourself about equine law and know the right steps to take to avoid a lawsuit. The following are tips to ensure your involvement with horses remains an enjoyable experience. https://medium.com/@equinelaw/tips-to-avoid-an-equine-related-lawsuit-80b707c28ac4#.oi8h7lvem
Nobody likes to think about death. However, you should plan for what happens after you die, to make it a bit easier on your family. Therefore, it is always a smart idea to have a will. However, there are times when an unthinkable emergency arises and you are no longer here, and you haven’t planned for what will happen after, and your family is at a loss for what to do. Here, we will look at what will happen to your estate if you die without a will. http://estatelawblog.tumblr.com/post/152073436367/what-happens-to-my-estate-if-i-die-without-a-will
1. Plan Your Trip
2. Check on Your Horses Health Prior to the Move
3. Know What the New State Requires
4. Ensure Your Horse is Comfortable
5. Essential Trailer Checks
6. Be Prepared If Something Goes Wrong
As the founder of Catanese & Wells, T. Randolph Catanese, Esq. holds over 30 years of experience in the industry. Mr. Catanese is thoroughly knowledgable in the business sector and has helped busiensses of all sizes, from start-ups to large companies. T. Randolph Catanese, Esq. is a member of the California Bar, the Federal Bar and is admitted to practice before all courts in the state of California. The American College of Equine Attorneys focuses on all areas of matter related to equine law.
Catanese and Wells is a Los Angeles-based law firm established as a boutique-style firm allowing for upscale and personalized service with an emphasis on positive client outcomes. Established in 1989, the purpose of Catanese and Wells is to provide innovative and specialized legal representation to clients, including an expertise in horse law, estate and trail attorneys, business lawyers and more. All of the attorneys at the firm have many years of experience and training, with most attorneys having over 15 years’ experience and the senior attorney, Mr. Catanese, having more than 30 years’ experience as an attorney.
Catanese & Wells serves Los Angeles County, Ventura County, Orange Country, San Diego County, and Santa Barbara County.
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