Re: Horesekeeping On Small Acreage Lots
Originally Posted by dman
Already drawing up the paperwork for that. Then we'll take it to a Notary from there, maybe even an attorney for a full review.
Just keep in mind that many of the things necessary for a horse are basically permanent improvements. How will it affect her taxes, how about insurance, and what is your liability once she passes away? Just make sure you have your ducks in a row, or you could be out several thousand dollars very quickly.
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