For may farm and ranch families, generation skipping is not part of their estate plans. However, for those wishing to limit the right of one or more succeeding generations to manage the property or the right to dispose of the property, generation skipping may figure into the estate planning effort. For the latter group, several additional guidelines or planning principles should be considered.



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