Put farm estate plan on family ‘to do’ list

Put farm estate plan on family ‘to do’ list

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Put farm estate plan on family ‘to do’ list

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — It’s easy to procrastinate on completing a big task if there are a lot of little parts to get together. But progress is made by doing a bit at a time. So it is for estate and succession planning, said Cari Rincker, a family and agricultural lawyer in east central Illinois.

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