2023 & 2024 Eclipses – What Landowners Need to Know:
With much of the Texas Hill Country expecting large numbers of tourists pouring in to view the eclipse, it’s important that landowners who fall within the path of totality protect themselves and their land. I recently did a podcast with Tiffany Lashmet about the upcoming eclipses and how landowners can prepare. During this we discussed the types of visitors landowners may have at their property, and how to protect themselves from liability using tools such as waivers, insurance, and signage. If you have questions, or need help crafting waivers of liability or any other risk management tool, please contact me at (512) 894-5426 or email [email protected].
– Cassie Gresham, Attorney & Counselor
Ag Law in the Field Podcast: How Hill Country Landowners Can Prepare for the Eclipse
In a latest episode of Tiffany Lashmet’s Ag Law in the Field podcast, Attorney Cassie Gresham, Attorney Jim Bradbury, and Bryan Davis with Guadalupe County AgriLife Extension discuss the 2023 annual solar eclipse and 2024 total solar eclipse. During this podcast learn about what to expect and how to protect yourself and your land from potential risk.
Your Estate Planning Team is Growing:
In uncertain times, we help landowners care for their land and loved ones.
Corina “Cory” Rodriguez has expanded her practice to include estate planning. Her passion for working with Texas landowners stems from her family’s ranching heritage, and degree in Ag Economics from Texas A&M and law degree from UT Austin.
Cory is the ideal attorney for young families who are crafting their first estate plan, landowners considering ownership structures to limit liability, and conservation-minded clients wanting to preserve land for future generations.
Please contact estate planning paralegal, Darcy Collins, at (512) 894-5426 or [email protected] to schedule a consultation. Or, consider giving this contact information to a loved one who may need assistance.
Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Summer Sale:
Are you looking for an alternative way to keep your low property taxes without agriculture or timber requirements?
A wildlife exemption allows landowners to maintain the same favorable tax rate in exchange for performing activities aimed at helping native Texas Wildlife.
Braun and Gresham’s sister company, Plateau Land & Wildlife Management, assists landowners who wish to transition to wildlife exemptions. This summer Plateau is offering discounted rates on their Wildlife Management Plans. But don’t wait to purchase — this sale is ending soon.
Save 15% by purchasing before August 31.
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