Will & estate planning
A brother and sister discover if the “related party butterfly” process is the right move for their farm family.
Learn about the biggest transition planning challenges most farm families encounter and how to avoid them.
Dr. Tom Deans shares what’s preventing people from estate planning, COVID’s impact and the importance of family meetings. Recorded presentation.
There are difficult conversations to have when discussing farm transition and succession. Annessa Good shares five topics to consider when sitting down to talk with your family.
Options for transferring land while alive that keeps business structure and taxes in mind, while maintaining family relationships.
Dr. Tom Deans, Intergenerational wealth transfer expert, shares common myths about will and estate planning and how to overcome them.
When injury impacts a thriving farm partnership, should the brothers shift roles and responsibilities or does one buy out the other?
Learn why you need a will, what to include and the differences between a will, estate plan, health directives and power of attorney.
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.