Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP attorneys Janene B. Reilly and Rebecca L. Warren presented a program on “Estate Planning and Farm Succession Planning” to the California Grange #941 in Limestoneville, Pa. on March 27.  The Grange (Order of Patrons of Husbandry) was founded in 1867 in Washington DC and is celebrating its 150th Anniversary this year. It is a family and community organization comprised of and serving the agricultural communities at the county, state and national levels.  Reilly and Warren designed the program to assist farm families with their unique needs related to generational succession planning, farm/business continuity, and general estate planning.           

Reilly has experience drafting wills, durable powers of attorney, advanced health directives, living wills, revocable and irrevocable trusts, special needs and supplemental benefits trusts. She also implements estate and gift plans in order to minimize or eliminate federal estate tax for high net worth individuals.

Warren’s career spans over 25 years and includes extensive experience in creating wills, trusts and estate plans to effectuate and maximize client intent. Hailing from central Pennsylvania and recognizing the importance of our agricultural communities, Warren has assisted farm families in succession planning and estate administration with a focus on preservation of family farm legacies. Warren is also a member of the firm’s Health Law Department