Oklahoma Cattlemen's Foundation Hosts Estate Planning/Succession Seminar February 10thSun, 17 Jan 2016 06:08:47 CST
The Oklahoma Cattlemen's Foundation (OCF) will host a Succession and Estate Planning seminar on Wednesday, February 10th. The event will take place at the Embassy Suites on South Meridian Avenue in Oklahoma City, Okla. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at 5:30 p.m. Anyone interested in getting more information about how to pass their farm or ranch operation to the next generation is welcome to attend- member of the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association or not.
"Farming and ranching is unique in that the same family can own property for generations. However, preparation and communication are key for a successful transition," said Jeff Jaronek, OCF Coordinator. "The Oklahoma Cattlemen's Foundation is dedicated to preserving the heritage of the West and the viability of Oklahoma's beef cattle industry through research and education and we are excited to offer this succession and estate planning seminar to help in carrying out the Foundation's mission."
The cost to attend the event is $20. Lunch will be included. Seminar presenters include representatives from OSU and from Family Business Resources. "We have an outstanding group of speakers that will help walk attendees through the process of succession and estate planning," Jaronek said. "While attendees won't leave with a completed plan, they will have a clear direction and know what options are available. Numerous companies and firms will be present and available to discuss further steps in actually getting a plan in place."
Please RSVP by Feb. 1 to Jeff Jaronek at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 405.235.4391. For details about the agenda and more, click here.
Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays interviewed Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association Executive Vice President Michael Kelsey about the upcoming Succession and Estate Planning seminar. Click or tap on the LISTENBAR below to listen to the full interview.
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