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Horse co-ownership agreements

Our equine law team have hands on experience within the equine industry, which is essential and invaluable when advising you on everything equine.

If you jointly own a horse, or are intending to buy a horse jointly with someone else, it is important that you have a legally binding document in place that sets out the details – called a co-ownership agreement.

Without a co-ownership agreement in place, disputes are more likely to arise which can be difficult and expensive to resolve.

We will work with you to gather all the information, and create a detailed co-ownership agreement, tailored to your circumstances.

You will be dealing with lawyers who combine their own practical experience of the equine industry with specialist equine legal knowledge.

What happens if it goes wrong?

If you do find yourself involved in an equine dispute regarding a co-ownership agreement, it is important you get specialist advice right at the outset.

Contact our team of specialist equine lawyers for a no-obligation discussion.

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"I am pleased to recommend Caroline Bowler to assist you with resolving a dispute or other legal matter. Caroline recently assisted our Foundation with the successful settlement of an equine purchase dispute. Our situation was complicated by a number of factors including our location in the USA and the transaction venue in England. Caroline was thoroughly professional in every regard. Most valuable to me was her deep knowledge of the equine industry and ability to translate the differences in approach taken in legal proceedings in England versus the US. I was confident that her advice was always in my best interest while seeking a successful outcome. Caroline is a realistic and talented advocate in which you can place your confidence."
Robert H. Fish, Trustee – Blossom Creek Foundation

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