“The thing about farm families is that most of their wealth
is in assets – lands and buildings,” Clark explains. “If we don’t plan on how
best to transfer that to the next generation, or however they want it
transferred, then typically the heirs end up having to pay a lot of estate
taxes. In fact many times they have to sell the farm just to pay the taxes.”
Clark says topics for discussion will include “those estate
taxes, gifting, life insurance, wills, trusts, those sorts of things for
probate avoidance that we can do ahead of time instead of waiting until it’s
Oil and gas issues will also be reviewed.
Organizers are asking the public to pre-register in order to
prepare enough materials for the meeting. There’s a $20 fee per attendee, which
includes lunch and materials.
The session from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Friday,
February 8. Register before February 5 by contacting Marty Clark at
740-373-6283 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The fee can be paid the day of the seminar.