Legal Advice, Will Writing and more for you and your horse

Made accessible with the free Legal Helpline and LawAssure legal document platform included as standard for Gold and Platinum members

Get free help with all your legal issues

Legal Advice Helpline

Owning and riding a horse comes with its risks. Exclusive to One Club Gold and Platinum members you can speak to experienced legal professionals for sympathetic and jargon-free advice.

They have a wealth of experience in equestrian issues such as disputes with suppliers, contractual or property disputes that may arise from the provision of stabling or livery. We can also provide a convenient online legal document when buying a horse. We also offer a free and fully legally binding will-writing service all completely free to Gold and Platinum One Club members*.

Whether you’re already a member or want to join, get started below.

Legal issues you can tackle

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Legal Advice Helpline

Legal issues can crop up at any time so we’ve made access to expert advice free to One Club members.
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Horse Sale Agreements

Making a legally binding agreement is vital if you’re looking to sell your horse.
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Free Wills & Legal Documents

Making a Will is the only way to ensure your money, property and pets are distributed exactly as you would want

Please note: LawAssure legal document and will writing service exclusive to Gold, Gold Plus and Platinum members over the age of 18 years old who joined or renewed after 1st February 2024

Comprehensive and tailored legal advice helpline and documents for all Gold and Platinum members

Harry Hall is here to help. We know that legal issues can crop up at any time and dealing with them can be stressful, so we’ve made access to confidential and expert advice easy for you with our free legal helpline and access to over 70+ legal documents. We help with:

  • Wills, Codicils and Expressions of Wishes
  • Horse and pony sale agreements
  • Employment issues and grievance letters
  • Motoring Fines
  • Prenuptial, housemate and cohabitation agreements and disputes

Save on solicitor costs with legal documents you can produce in LawAssure.

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It’s quick and simple: answer questions online and a legal document will be drafted based on your needs. You can even create documents on evenings and weekends.

Why you might call our legal advice helpline?

The legal helpline is operated by Epoq Legal***. Its helpline professionals are experienced in all aspect of the law and offer sympathetic and jargon-free advice. They have a wealth of experience and deal with many equestrian issues when selling a horse or pony, plus contractual or property disputes that may arise from the provision of stabling or livery.

This service is exclusive to Gold and Platinum members who join or renew from 1st February 2023 and a fair usage policy applies

How to use the legal advice helpline

Step 1

Find your membership number from your welcome email, in the app or in the One Club portal

Step 2

Call the legal helpline on 01274 711 111 from Monday to Friday 9am – 5:30pm

Step 3

Quote your membership number and speak to Epoq Legal’s helpline professionals

Free will writing service

Making a will is essential to protect your loved ones and avoid disputes after your death. It’s the only way to ensure your money, property and pets are distributed exactly as you would want.

  • Easy to follow questions with smart logic to tailor the will to your requirements
  • No legal knowledge required and lots of helpful prompts along the way
  • Fully legally binding
  • Access the platform 24/7 and go back and make changes for as long as you’re a member
  • Complete a joint will or will for someone in your household for no extra cost

FREE to One Club Gold and Platinum members joining or renewing from 1st February 2024

Protect your loved ones, pets and horses with our LawAssure will writing service that could cost £317 from a solicitor**.

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How do Gold and Platinum members use the free will service?

Step 1

Select ‘Manage my Policy’ from the menu

Step 2

Log in to the One Club portal

Step 3

Select the ‘Will Writing’ tab and then click ‘Get Started’

Step 4

Start, save and print your will or wills from the LawAssure platform

Please note: You can only login to LawAssure through the One Club portal and the service is only available to members over the age of 18.

The LawAssure service is only available for Gold and Platinum members who joined or renewed after 1st February 2024.

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Our legal support services are completely free to Gold & Platinum One Club members

You can buy a Gold or Platinum One Club membership online in minutes and benefit from:

  • £10m Public Liability Cover
  • £10k Personal Accident Cover
  • Free UK delivery on HarryHall.com
  • Exclusive discounts and access to additional insurance policies
  • Legal Document & Will Writing
  • Legal Advice Helpline

Please note: full service is exclusive to Gold and Platinum members over the age of 18+ that joined or renewed after 1st February 2024

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Horse Legal Advice.
Online and over the phone.

At Harry Hall, we’re committed to helping our members enjoy their life with horses and ride safely. We know that legal issues can crop up at any time and dealing with them can be stressful, so we’ve made access to confidential and expert advice easy for you.

What legal advice is on offer for horse owners?

Members with access can use our legal helpline to talk through disputes or take the advice of a legal professional, put together a horse sale agreement online that is legally binding or includethe wishes for your horse into your will with the LawAssure platform.

What will happen to my horse if I die?

Without specified wishes or provisions for the care of a horse or pet in a will any decisions will be left to the executor. Alternatively, the horse owner can specify in their will who they’d like to leave the horse to, whether they’d like to set up a trust to help support the horse’s life or whether they’d want the horse to be rehomed.

Horse Sale Agreements

It’s not easy, we all have our own individual ways of looking after our horses. Disagreements can happen when horses are sold. From who the farrier should be, what bedding you should use, who the vet should be and feeding routines. Therefore it’s vital to have a horse sale agreement.

Epoq legal helpline has a huge range of experience in advising on agreements that can help protect horse owners. You can answer the questions online on LawAssure and watch as a horse sales agreement document is drafted for you. It helps to make sure there are no grey areas, and you and your horse are protected.

Please note: full service is exclusive to Gold and Platinum members over tha age of 18+ that joined or renewed after 1st February 2024

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Questions about our free legal service

How do I access the legal services?

For Gold and Platinum members who joined or renewed after 1st February 2024:

Accessing the will writing and legal documents service is as simple as…

  1. Select ‘Manage my Policy’ from the menu
  2. Log in to the One Club portal
  3. Select the ‘Will Writing’ tab
  4. Click ‘Get Started’
  5. You’ll be logged directly into the LawAssure platform where you can start, save and print your will or wills

Top tip: We recommend completing the service on your computer

Please note: You can only login to LawAssure through the One Club portal and the service is only available to members over the age of 18.

Why horse owners and riders benefit from having a will?

Horse riders and owners especially would benefit from having a will. A will allows you to designate who will take care of your horses if something happens to you. Without one, you risk your horse’s wellbeing which may then lead to neglect or uncertainty about their care.

By including your horse in your will, you can allocate financial resources, care instructions and ensure your assets are distributed according to your wishes. Doing so helps prevent disputes among family members or other individuals involved in your estate.

A will, being a legally binding document, can help protect your horse and equipment as well as offer peace of mind, knowing that you have made arrangements for the care and well-being of your horse and loved ones on your passing.

What happens to my horse (and/or other pets) when I die?

It can be worrying to think about what will happen to your horse and/or other pets when you die. If you’ve not made provisions in your will, it’s likely that your beloved horse may be left behind. It’ll then be up to the Executor of your will to try and find a new home for the horse. If no suitable person is found, your horse and/or pets will be taken to an animal shelter or charity.

If you’ve already made provisions in your will for your horse and/or other animals, then responsibility will be passed onto the person or charity of your choice.

How often can or could you need to update your will?

Although many people do not update their will frequently, it actually makes sense to update your will whenever your circumstances change. This could be a change of financial circumstance, a relationship change, a new horse or pet or simply a change of heart when it comes to funeral wishes.

As well as editing a will, many amendments can also be made using a letter of wishes or codicil – luckily with the Harry Hall LawAssure service you can make these changes as frequently as you want for as long as you are a Gold member.

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