Trusts & Estates
Equine Protection and Planning Tools
By: AJ Fudge, Esq.
If you have clients who are horse owners, you are well-advised to find out if they have a plan in place to protect their horse in the event that something happens to them. Horse owners go to great lengths and spend substantial sums of money to care for their horses; however, the idea of planning for their horse is something they don’t often think about. Once the idea of planning for their horse is brought to their attention and explained to them, they appreciate the information and are eager to put a plan in place.
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