BEFORE WORKING WITH A LAND MANAGER, CONSIDER THESE OPTIONS:
- Recognize that you need professional advice. The opinions of friends and family are important, but when you are planning your family’s legacy, professional advice can limit the impact of emotions.
- Research your options on land management firms in your area.
- Develop objectives for the property before working with a land manager. You may also need estate planning assistance, tax advice or other forms of financial consultation.
Many land management decisions are long-term in nature, often having an impact for generations to come. Finding an advisor who can help meet your immediate needs – with an eye toward the future as well – can help you protect, preserve and maintain this remarkable asset and this significant portion of your family’s legacy.
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Frank Walburn is Senior Vice President, Natural Resources and Real Estate at Regions Bank. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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