Moore to present Estate Planning Challenges for Farm Families this Wednesday
After many years in private law practice, OSU’s Robert Moore knows the unique estate planning challenges farm families face. The capital-intensive nature of farming and the family legacy associated with it are just two of the many issues that contribute to those challenges. But Moore also knows there are legal strategies that can help farm families meet their estate planning needs.
Join Moore as he reviews both the challenges of farm family estate planning and ways to address those challenges in a webinar this Wednesday at Noon. The webinar offers a chance to learn more about topics such as dealing with on-farm and off-farm heirs, distribution plan ideas, and how trusts can benefit a farm estate plan. The National Agricultural Law Center will host the webinar as part of its free monthly webinar series. Registration is necessary and is available online at https://nationalaglawcenter.org/webinars/estate-planning/.
The webinar represents an ongoing partnership between OSU’s Agricultural & Resource Law Program and the National Agricultural Law Center. For eight years, the two institutions have worked together to bring agricultural law research and information to the nation’s agricultural community with support from the USDA’s National Agricultural Library. Our agricultural law library on farmoffice.osu.edu contains many resources developed through this partnership, including recent publications on Planning for the Future of Your Farm, Keeping Farmland in the Family, and Long-Term Care and the Farm. Those and a multitude of other agricultural law resources are also available on the National Agricultural Law Center’s website at nationalaglawcenter.org.
If you’re not available to attend the webinar this Wednesday, find a recording of it and all other webinars in the monthly series at https://nationalaglawcenter.org/webinars.