I’m Jo Belasco, Esq. As a lifelong horsewoman and a horse professional for more than 20 years, I help my equine law clients use the law as a tool to make their lives with horses more peaceful, enjoyable, and profitable. I understand your equine issues in a way that other attorneys simply can’t because they don’t know the world of horses like I do. As a horse professional myself, I understand the business matters you need to address to be successful. I even run a nonprofit horse program, so I can help you with your nonprofit equine passions. I am a horse person, just like you, so I understand your personal horse and equine business needs. I also do a limited amount of non-horse-related estate planning, business law, and trademark and copyright law.
Trademark & Copyright
Protect your equine business brand with trademark and copyright registrations.
Equine liability releases, horse leases, sales contracts, boarding contracts, and more.
Equine estate planning protects you, your family, your horse, and your horse business.
Form a federal horse nonprofit and make sure it remains in compliance with federal law.
I use the law to serve you, your horse, and your horse business. I understand that you want to make sure your estate planning reflects your love for your horse as well as your human family, and that provides for both your horse’s and your family’s needs. It is hard to run a horse business, and I know how important it is to have clear business planning and correct legal documents to help you and your business succeed. You work hard to build a good reputation in the horse community, and you want your brand protected with a trademark and your creative work protected with copyright registration. I know details and nuances about horses and horse businesses that allow me to draft comprehensive equine legal contracts. I help you navigate the state and federal laws and regulations so you can start an equine nonprofit, such as a horse rescue or an equine-assisted therapy program. I also do a limited amount of non-horse-related estate planning, business law, and trademark and copyright law.
You have a busy life, especially with horses, so I work with you via email, phone, Skype or other video conferencing systems, such as Zoom, through my web-based firm, Windhorse Legal, PLLC. I can meet at times that are more convenient for you, such as in the evening. I offer flat-rate fees for most of my services, which saves you money and lets you budget for necessary legal work. While I am a Massachusetts licensed attorney, I work nationally and internationally on trademark, copyright, and federal nonprofit issues, as well as in equine business consulting. If you are not a resident of Massachusetts or doing horse business there, I may be able to help you with my network of attorneys throughout the country.
Explore this website and learn about the different legal and business services I provide to the horse community.
Contact me today to see how I can help you, your horse, and your horse business.