Agriculture is often comprised of the practice of several different areas of law. These most often include Property and Contract matters such as land or equipment purchases, property leases, and buy/sell contracts. Other common areas of Agriculture law involve dealing with government regulations, insurance disputes, and estate planning.
As the name implies, Family Law involves any matters related to families, children and relationships. This includes areas such as paternity, divorce, alimony, child custody, child support, prenuptial agreements, and cohabitation agreements.
Estate planning can range from drafting a simple will to developing a plan to divide an extensive estate or preserve a piece of family property such as a vacation home or farm. It is not only crucial to ensure that property passes as intended, but can also be useful for coordinating how your children will be taken care of if the unexpected were to occur. Many people are not aware of the options available to them and could benefit from the creation of a valid will, trust, or combination of the two. We would also be glad to review, modify, or replace any existing wills or trusts.
Small business owners face many legal challenges, ranging from the initial start-up and incorporation of the company to handling legal issues such as contracts and court orders. Assistance in handling and preventing these matters can save business owners considerable expense and headaches.