Equine Law Conference: Estate Planning for Horsemen

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An attorney specializing in estate planning says now is a good time for horsemen and others to establish tax-friendly programs that pass along assets to descendants--but warned that time was of the essence in organizing such efforts.

Louisville attorney Turney P. Berry made the assessment to those assembled for the 23rd National Conference on Equine Law, which opened a two-day run April

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