OSU is partnering with Iowa State University's Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation and the National Agricultural Law Center to create an association of professionals who advise farmers on succession and transition planning.The inaugural conference on August 7 and 8, 2023 will bring together attorneys, tax specialists, and other farm transition experts for learning, networking, and idea sharing.Visit this page for more information!
Do you worry about how long-term care could affect your farm? Robert Moore examines long-term care needs and risks in our newest publication, and offers legal strategies for protecting farm assets. Read Long-Term Care and the Farm here.
Sound farm transition planning is a critical need for Ohio farms! Join Robert Moore and David Marrison in a workshop that can help you plan for the transition and future of your farm. Visit this page for information on the webinar series beginning in January and in person workshops coming up in December and January.
A new series of bulletins from our legal team! We explain the legal tools and strategies that can help you plan for the future of your farm. Read the ten-part series on wills, trusts, business entities, gifting, avoiding probate, advance directives, and strategies for transferring assetshere.
Join Robert Moore, attorney with OSU's Agricultural & Resource Law Program, for this webinar hosted by the National Agricultural Law Center. Robert will explore the costs and likelihood of needing long-term care and will analyze normal scenarios and the dreaded outlier scenarios (long stays in nursing homes)to help guide farmers on strategies to mitigate long-term care risks. Registration for the webinar is at https://nationalaglawcenter.org/webinars/longtermcare/.
Attend our popular "Planning for the Future of Your Farm" workshops this winter and let our team of farm management and legal experts help you build your farm transition plan. Join OSU's farm management educator David Marrison and legal educators Peggy Kirk Hall and Robert Moore for an four-part online workshop or an in-person workshop. Family members from across the state or country can attend the online Zoom workshop together, which will be on January 31 and February 7, 21 and 28. from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Join us for a virtual three part webinar series to help farm families learn how to transfer the farm's ownership, management, and assets to the next generation. The webinar will run for three consecutive Mondays starting February 15, 2021 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Registration ends February 10, 2021. To register, please visit the "Planning for the Future of Your Farm" registration page.