Equine Law

Law Office of Alexandria Goff, PC

LEGAL KNOWLEDGE. HORSE SENSE. Trust your estate planning, probate and equine law matters to a lawyer who speaks your language

Equine Law Attorney

Lawyer and Horse Lover in Rocklin

Owning horses is a wonderful thing (some would say it’s the only way to live!) But there are many legal and financial hurdles that accompany horse ownership, specifically regarding your estate plan. An equine focused estate planning attorney can provide you with the guidance you need to make the right decisions for you and the horses in your life and upon your passing.

I am Alexandria Goff, an attorney and horse lover in Rocklin, California. My clients include horse owners and operators of equine barns and horse-related businesses in Placer County, Nevada County, El Dorado Hills and throughout the surrounding areas.

I have been dealing with horses since I was five years old. My legal knowledge and horse sense can help you navigate some of the legal issues that accompany horse ownership and estate planning, including:

  • Establishing a trust for the care of your horse
  • Gifts of horses upon your passing
  • Boarding agreements
  • Horse leasing agreements
  • Liability waivers for riders

Along with a lawyer who speaks horse, you should have a team of other professionals to help you with your business. I can provide you with referrals to trusted local professionals who have experience with horse business owners and individuals:

  • Certified Public Accountants (CPAs)
  • Insurance agents
  • Veterinarians
  • Equestrian instructors (English or Western)

I am not a civil litigator so I cannot help if you have an issue that is regarding a dispute of horse ownership or other civil disputes relating to horses. I may be able to provide you with a referral if you contact the office.

How can I help you? Reach out to me by telephone at 916-260-2621 or contact me online by filling out a brief contact form. I will work with you personally to help you understand equine law and how it applies to you. I can also represent you in estate and probate matters, and am well-versed in the many ways in which these legal issues intersect with equine law.

Why couldn’t the pony sing? Because he was a little hoarse!

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