Monday, December 23, 2013
Family dynamics - tax changes - irratic markets. All of these components can make starting conversations about estate planning difficult for Wisconsin's farm families.
Dan Purtell with the Wilson Law Group estimates that 90% of Wisconsin farm families are behind on estate planning. Purtell also says that 70% of the farmland being held by the current generation will pass hands in the next 20 years - the catch is where will that land go.
Wilson Law Group has arranged for a number of estate planning forums in southern Wisconsin both in January and February. We've got the dates posted on our farm calendar.
To learn more about why estate planning isso critical to Wisconsin farm families - listen to Dan's conversation with Pam Jahnke.
With Offices in Madison, WI and Evansville, WI, the attorneys at the Wilson Law Group assist clients with Estate & Business Planning, Probate & Trust Administration, Elder Law and Medicaid Planning throughout Southern Wisconsin including Verona, Middleton, Sun Prairie, Cross Plains, Oregon, Black Earth, Janesville, Jefferson, Fort Atkinson, Baraboo, Reedsburg, Richland Center, Mount Horeb, Monroe, Beaver Dam, Dane County, Rock County, Green County, Iowa County, Richland County, Sauk County, Columbia County, Dodge County and Jefferson County.