Conservation Easements & Estate Planning Training

Presented by Robert Andrew Branan, Assistant Extension Professor in Agriculture and Resource Economics, NC State University

You are registering for Estate Planning training for landowners and Conservation Districts.  This is a 3-part series of 1-hour webinars held at 12:30pm each day:

September 7, 2022 :  Part I: Rights in Real Property. A review of how land is acquired and titled, how such titling affects transfer options, as well as a review of rights in property held by other parties, including easements, rights of way, liens, leases, etc.

September 14, 2022: Part II: The Disposition of Real Property. A review of how property is transferred by sale, gift and death, including the legal documents involved (i.e.  sales contracts, options to purchase, wills and trusts [and LLCs]), as well as property, income, and estate and gift tax consequences.

September 21, 2022: Part III: The Impact of Conservation Easements on Real Property Transfer Decisions. An exploration of how the restrictions imposed by a conservation easement impact future transfer decisions and planning.

For questions or more information, please contact Program Manager, Gail Hughes.

This training is made possible by funding from the North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Commission.

 

Registration Form

Position or Role(Required)
Name(Required)
Select one (or more) dates of training you plan to attend.(Required)

To help the Training staff better understand your needs, please answer a few questions below.

My knowledge of estate planning, land transitions, wills, trust, documentation and stewardship is:(Required)
Currently, my Conservation District is actively participating, applying for grants and holding Conservation Easements.(Required)
Conservation Districts: Are you interested in seeking more information or training on the Conservation Easement process to determine if this program is suited for your District?(Required)
Landowners: Are you interested in seeking more information or training on the Conservation Easement process to determine if this program is suited for your needs?(Required)
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