Dillon Legal Group has personal ties to the agricultural community, and we bring firsthand knowledge of these Hoosiers’ unique needs in the field of agricultural law. Whether you’re entering into a new farm leasing venture, taking steps to establish a farm as a business operation, or planning succession of ownership for the family farm, we will use our experience to protect your best interests. Our insight into the needs of Indiana farmers allow us to provide diligent, personalized service to clients seeking agricultural law services. We want to be there to help protect you and your family’s farming ventures.
Agribusiness Law and Agricultural Litigation
At Dillon Legal Group, we understand that Indiana’s farmers are supported by a diverse assortment of agriculture-related businesses. Our experience in the realm of business law combined with our insight into the needs of Indiana farmers gives us a unique perspective in representing agribusinesses. Whether you need assistance in contractual matters or counsel during civil litigation, we can leverage our knowledge of your unique needs while serving as your trusted advisor. We can work with you to seek legal remedies to disputes when they occur, or counsel you on strategies to avoid problems before they arise.
Farm Divorce Services
A divorce can be a particularly difficult process when a farm or other agricultural operation is counted among the marital assets to be divided. At Dillon Legal Group, we have the knowledge and experience to navigate the potentially complex financial and legal issues that lie ahead. Additionally, we offer a full range of family law services to our clients.
- Zoning and land use planning
- Subdivision of property
- Eminent domain
- Drainage and water rights
- Agricultural infrastructure
- Leasing and cropsharing
- Liability protection
- Hiring and labor rights
- Farming rights
- Animal law
Contact information199 N. Main Street
Franklin, IN 46131
Monday-Thursday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM.
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