Happy Holidays! Hope this episode of Ag Law Today finds you and your family well. Episode 50 is a great convo with Josh Rohrscheib and Zach Andersen talking mass torts in agriculture – a very important topic that I think is oftentimes overlooked.
Excited about this episode of Ag Law Today featuring our very own Stephanie Bradley Fryer, our Texas Of Counsel attorney. We are talking farm estate planning and its effects on USDA federal farm programs — a combo discussion that you won’t want to miss. Don’t forget to subscribe on YouTube or iTunes!
Not only do we handle actual divorces here at Rincker Law but we also handle business divorces. Hear me talk farm business dissolutions with Robert Moore on Ag Law Today here. I’m passionate about prenups with marriages and businesses alike. Hear about the dissolution process and some tips on how to make it go easier.
I had the pleasure of being the keynote speaker last night to the Knox County Beef Association, a county affiliate of the Illinois Beef Association. What a crowd they had for their annual meeting — exciting to witness and be a part of. My keynote focused on family and its importance to the beef industry. You can read it here.
I’m very excited to announce that I have my very own podcast! It’s called “Ag Law Today” and coordinated and published with the help of Purdue University Extension Education. Its website is here– and you can watch the podcast feed here. Tiffany Dowell Lashmet from Texas A & M University Extension Education is my guest for the premier podcast – …
So the cat is out of the bag – I will be starting a new podcast soon with Purdue University Extension called “Ag Law Today”. In preparation of entering this new podcasting, I have compiled my old appearances on podcasts. You can view it here. Happy listening and stay tuned for more info on Ag Law Today!
[slideshare id=90556988&doc=businessentities-180313203829] I’m looking forward to speaking on Friday at the Women in Ag Conference in Rock Island, Illinois on choices of business entities. The above presentation gives a nice overview of various choices in Illinois including sole proprietorships, partnerships (general and limited), corporations, limited liability companies, etc.