Conservation Easements Primer

Recent changes in the law have enhanced conservation easements' effectiveness in estate planning. But increased scrutiny by the Internal Revenue Service heightens the need for careful documentation of agreements and for thoughtful valuations of donated land. Still, now may be a good time to consider this option, especially for clients who need tax relief, want to continue using the property even if

Recent changes in the law have enhanced conservation easements' effectiveness in estate planning. But increased scrutiny by the Internal Revenue Service heightens the need for careful documentation of agreements and for thoughtful valuations of donated land.

Still, now may be a good time to consider this option, especially for clients who need tax relief, want to continue using the property even if it's shared in part or completely with the public, and believe in preserving natural en

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