Rural properties (including farms) stand apart from other realty and income-generating assets in that they are frequently the culmination of lifetime investments, driving significant emotional attachment.
These factors, together with the increasingly complex nature of families, mean that careful attention and expertise are required when advising such clients on succession planning matters.
With focus on both legal and financial aspects, this On Demand webinar equips lawyers with knowledge of how best to advise rural and farming clients according to their individual needs when planning their future, that of the farm and their children.
- Gain an increased awareness of what information is relevant when advising on a succession plan.
- Increase your understanding of financial factors to consider when deciding on a succession plan.
- Learn more about the various succession planning vehicles available and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Who should view?
Junior to intermediate rural lawyers and property lawyers of any level who may occasionally be involved with advising rural (including farming) clients on their succession planning matters.
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