Farmers face unique challenges and opportunities because they own an asset that is unlike any other. The businesses who trade with farmers also have a unique customer. We understand that farming is different from other businesses. Family dynamics, global economic conditions, tax laws, and weather conditions are just a few of the factors that play into farmers’ long-term plans.
We understand that financing, business structure, commodity programs, insurance, and family tradition may all play into the management of a successful farming operation. We have guided farmers through the formation, acquisition, and transfer of business entities, business succession, estate planning, asset protection, preparation and review of contracts, environmental and regulatory matters, real estate and financing issues, insurance issues, and a wide variety of litigation.
Jason is a member of the American Agricultural Law Association and is a regular speaker at events for farmers and landowners. He writes about planning issues at www.planpreserveprotect.com.