Putting pen to paper for a farm business succession plan can alleviate worries for individuals currently running the business and lessen the burden on those faced with handling business matters following the loss of a loved one.

Knowing the first steps to take in making a succession plan can be daunting, if not overwhelming – especially for those who are not armed with a legal degree. That is why Texas Corn Producers (TCP) is offering two more opportunities for farmers to get the insight they need to plan for their farm’s future.

TCP is teaming up with Tiffany Dowell Lashmet, an agricultural law specialist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, to assist Texas farmers in knowing where to start in gathering the information they need before they can even step foot in a lawyer’s office to draft a will.

The next workshops in this series will be:

Registration for each event opens at 8:30 a.m. and the program will begin at 9 a.m. There is no preregistration required for the events.

When the series of statewide in-person workshops have concluded, the materials will be available on the TCP website at TexasCorn.org.

In just a few steps, farmers can feel prepared in developing a succession plan that leaves a clear path of direction for the future of the legacy they have built over decades.

Complete event information and details are available on the TCP website at TexasCorn.org. Interested participants with questions about the workshops can email info@texascorn.org or call 806.763.CORN (2676).

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