Family FarmsESTATE PLANNING
Keeping the Family Farm in the Family
When you pass away, what will happen to your farmland? Maybe it’s land that has been in your family for generations.
Without a specific estate plan in place, the land may be at risk. You may have known families like that – where they lost part of the land to estate taxes, family disputes, or creditors.
Saving the Family Farm
Many of our clients own farmland, and we understand how important it is to protect that land, taking into consideration things like:
- Who is operating the land now, and who will operate it in the future?
- How do we treat all children “fairly” even if the land is not going to all the children?
- How do we avoid estate taxes at death? Particularly with the dramatic increases in land values.
Let us help your family prepare to transfer farmland smoothly, the way you want, while minimizing taxes. Call our office to schedule a meeting today. (217) 726-9200
Together we can avoid an uncertain future
Edwards Group has helped hundreds of families find peace-of-mind with sound guidance and careful planning
Read More about Family Farms
Here’s a true story about a family where the kids didn’t follow their dad’s advice about the family farm.
Many families think that joint ownership will make things fairer or even help avoid probate. What they don't know is that it can really cause some problems. It can go a little something like this... Grandad left his property to Dad. Then when Dad passed away he left...
When you pass away, what will happen to your farmland? Maybe it’s land that has been in your family for generations. For many families, saving the family farm is important. Without a specific estate plan in place, the land is at risk. You may even know families like...