During this session the packet of information that has been developed to help Indian agricultural producers on the Blackfeet, Fort Hall, and Fort Belknap reservations make informed risk management decisions about estate planning under the American Indian Probate Reform Act of 2004. The goal of the 14 fact sheets in the packet is provide agricultural producers with fractionated interests with the information they need to avoid further fractionation of agriculture land that is so important to their livestock and grain operations. Topics include: the consequences of dying without a written will and the benefits of utilizing estate planning risk management tools including written wills, appropriate titling of their fee status lands, and the utilization of gifting, life estates and partioning of their land.
|Conference||2007 National Extension Risk Management Education Conference|
|Presentation Type||30-Minute Concurrent|