Dealing With An Agriculture Law Matter? Let Us Help.

The farming industry is subject to many state and federal laws. From small farming operations to large, commercial farms, all must follow regulations set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other government agencies.

Here in rural Georgia, we have generations of family farms that have stood the test of time and continue to operate under increasing challenges. At Tyson Heard, LLC, in Camilla, we are familiar with the many transactional issues and disputes that can arise for farmers and land owners. Contact us for skilled legal representation in any agriculture-related legal matter, including:

  • Crop damage due to pesticides
  • Land use/zoning/easements
  • Environmental law issues
  • Federal commodity programs

Agricultural Issues In Real Estate Transactions, Probate And Bankruptcy

Our lawyers are deeply familiar with federal and state commodity programs. This means we can craft real estate transactions properly to prevent future regulatory and tax problems. Our knowledge also extends to agricultural issues that arise during the probate process. If you are managing the probate of a loved one's estate in Georgia and you have questions about farmland, we invite you to contact our law firm. Additionally, we can assist you with Chapter 12 bankruptcy for family farmers.

It is important to hire an attorney who has experience with your specific issue. When your time, money, land and business could be at stake, you can trust our team to find the optimal solution and always put your best interests first.

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Call Tyson Heard, LLC, at 229-351-4947, or email us through our online form to schedule a free initial consultation. During your consultation, you will meet directly with an attorney to discuss your unique legal needs.

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