Saving the Family Farm

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    Family farms and ranches represent the backbone of American heritage. Most families that own a farm will want the farm to survive after their deaths. The most common way to do this is to divide the farm into equal shares among the children. This may cause some potential conflicts between the children and could result in the farm failing. If you want your family farm to survive after your death, it is important to… Download to read more

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