In one form or another, agriculture is the basis for much of the business activity in Nebraska and the Great Plains region. Our economy and our clients rely on strong agricultural and agribusiness performance. Many areas of the law impact the success of agricultural producers, whether they are farmers, ranchers or livestock feeders. Similarly, there are a number of legal issues that affect businesses that rely on and are connected to production agriculture, such as processing, transportation, materials handling and production inputs. Furthermore, many Nebraskans have an ownership interest in a family farm, ranch or agriculture-related business that creates a need for family succession plans, estate plans, business planning and counsel regarding ownership issues.
No matter how you’re involved in agriculture, our legal counsel can help you comply with the law, plan for growth and succession and protect your assets now and in the future. Jacobsen Orr’s team includes attorneys who are experienced in agricultural issues, who have deep roots in agriculture and agriculture-related business and who have experienced firsthand the impact that agriculture has in our state and region.
Our team has developed understanding and experience in practice areas that are important to those involved in agriculture, including real estate, water, zoning and other regulations, business and entity planning, estate planning, insurance and litigation. With years of collective experience representing farmers, ranchers, feeders, processors, banks, insurers and ethanol and biofuels companies, we have attorneys who understand how the law affects your agricultural business and how to help you work through legal matters promptly and efficiently.
For your Agricultural Law needs, No Matter What, Know Jacobsen Orr.
Your Leaders in Agricultural Law
Daniel L. Lindstrom
Bradley D. Holbrook
Nicholas J. Ridgeway
Allison R. Seiler