Skilled Kansas Attorneys Handling in All Aspects of Agriculture Law
Who needs an agriculture lawyer?
Farm owners and other Kansans who work in agriculture face many challenges unique to the industry. A farm is not just a place of business, but often a home and/or a source of income for many generations of a family. Farms also have a distinct relationship with the United States government in which they are eligible for extensive subsidies for supplying their communities with essential nourishment.
Whether you are addressing a new legal matter that’s arisen, seeking help obtaining critical subsidies, or simply planning for your farm’s future, if you are in the industry, you need an experienced agriculture attorney who can guide you through the seen and unforeseen hurdles that often come with owning a farm. Hannah L. Brass, Attorney at Law provides the legal guidance that clients in the agricultural industry need. This guidance is informed by the benefit of first-hand knowledge. Hannah L. Brass, Attorney at Law is a fourth-generation Kansas rancher who brings practical experience to skilled legal representation.
Agriculture law and regulations
Agricultural land covers more than 45 million acres in Kansas—about 90 percent of the state—so it’s easy to see how important agribusiness is here. The laws concerning agriculture are both complex and extensive. Most significant is the way in which so many other legal areas intersect in agricultural legal issues. Corporate law, contractual law, environmental law, estate law, regulatory law and compliance, tax law, and transactional law often all play roles in agricultural matters.
How our lawyers can help you
Whether you’re an agricultural producer, a service provider, a cooperative, or a value-added enterprise, Hannah L. Brass, Attorney at Law is here to advocate for your interests and help you achieve your goals. We advise clients on a wide range of agricultural transactions and disputes, including the following:
Obtaining water rights/the federal Clean Water Act
Resolving disputes regarding water rights
Local zoning issues
Title clearance and access easements
Oil, gas, wind, or solar exploration
Energy generation issues
Drafting and negotiating labor contracts
Purchases and sales of farm property
Land use contracts
Business formation choices (including cooperatives and limited agricultural partnerships)
Ongoing operations matters/maximizing efficiency on your farm
Transitioning farm ownership and operation to the next generation of farmers
Finding options after a bad crop year or natural disaster
Meeting requirements and applying properly for government subsidies
Other government regulations
Contact experienced civil law attorneys for help with your agriculture law issue in Kansas
A good agricultural attorney can supply you with the legal tools and resources you need to make your farm or agribusiness run as smoothly and efficiently as possible. When disputes and other obstacles arise, we help you find solutions that protect the security and welfare of your farm, your employees, and your future. To learn more about the legal services Hannah L. Brass, Attorney at Law provides, call (620) 886-5611 or contact us online today for a consultation.