When injury impacts a thriving farm partnership, should the brothers shift roles and responsibilities or does one buy out the other?
If a farmer dies without a will, knowing the nuances of provincial estate law regulations can save survivors money.
Are you transition ready? Here are three categories to help you assess where you’re at and if you’re ready for the next step.
Litigation can ruin a farm business, and, with incidents on the rise, agricultural lawyers say there are ways farmers can better protect themselves from legal action.
Legal agreements are important, but rarely used on the farm. In this episode, we explore why you need them, which ones to consider and why a handshake is not enough.
Litigation rates involving farms are on the rise according to agricultural law experts – and not just because of estate and succession conflicts.
Discussing prenuptial agreements and other legal formalities might cause some to squirm, but advisers say they’re a good way to help protect the longevity of a farm business.
Long-term land leases have both positives and negatives for landlords and renters, experts say, and it's important all parties know the possibilities before reaching an agreement.
As uncomfortable as we are talking about death and divorce, avoiding the conversations can have a devastating financial effect on a farm business.
If farm enterprises aren't properly structured with written agreements or business decisions are neglected, the human and financial costs can be extremely high.