equine lawyer fees costOne thing everyone can agree on in the horse community is that horses are expensive.  Whether you are only able to ride on the weekends or you make your living giving daily lessons, you watch your budget carefully so that your horses always have what they need to be healthy and comfortable.

As a horsewoman herself, Attorney Jo Belasco understands the budgetary requirements of horses.  In order to keep legal services affordable, she offers many of her services on a flat fee basis.  That means you pay a set price for legal services, such as a boarding contract or a will plan, and you don’t have to worry about being billed for every phone call or email contact with Jo.  If a project requires work that does not fit into Jo’s flat fee schedule, then she discusses an hourly rate before the project begins and keeps you updated on costs throughout the legal process so that you do not incur unexpected legal costs.  Jo does not post her fees on the website because each case is unique, and she prefers to discuss costs after first exploring the legal situation with you so she understands your individual legal needs.

Learn about speaking with Jo concerning an equine legal matter, including the possible costs to handle your situation, and then contact her today to see how preventive equine law can help you.