Planning the Future of the Farm (September 2015) [15443-MP3 / 15443-FSV]

Planning the Future of the Farm (September 2015) [15443-MP3 / 15443-FSV]

Original Program Date: September 24, 2015
Duration: 5 hours, 59 minutes
Credits: Law & Legal Procedure: 6.00
List Price:$275.00
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Product Description:

Planning for family farms and ranches is unlike estate planning for any other property. The senior generation often wants to preserve the heritage of family control but faces – along with the attorneys who advise them – a host of challenges, including
  • how to fund estate and gift tax liability arising from highly illiquid property,
  • how to preserve assets, and
  • how to ensure a smooth transition of ownership and operation
This thoughtful, in-depth program covers the technical challenges of estate tax code provisions unique to family farms and ranches as well as the emotional challenges of family dynamics across multiple generations.

Program Chair: Josh Giuntoli - Washington State Conservation Commission, Office of Farmland Preservation, Olympia

This seminar was recorded on September 24, 2015, in Seattle, WA.

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Coursebook contains XXX pages.

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