Your agribusiness is more than just a farm; it’s a pillar of our community, your family legacy, and a way of life. Our agribusiness attorneys not only live and work in farming communities, but are farm owners or have been farm employees ourselves. We understand the unique challenges facing a modern farming operation, and are well-suited to advise you on all matters from managing cash flow to legal compliance.
Business owners are responsible for making many decisions each day, and often need to make those decisions very quickly. As Harmon Robeson Law, we take the time to understand your goals for your business at the beginning of our relationship so we can provide responsive and personalized counsel at every stage of your business.
Estate planning and administration services are for everyone. At Harmon Robeson Law, we charge a fair and affordable flat rate for basic wills, power of attorney, and health care directives; three documents that every adult should have.
Harmon Robeson Law provides tax planning and preparation services for individuals and businesses in Flora, Indiana and surrounding areas. Whether you need to file a simple personal income tax return or have a more complex tax profile, we ensure you’re receiving the tax benefits you’re entitled to.
Nonprofit law, while similar to business law, has several unique applications which require the assistance of an attorney experienced in the arena of Nonprofit law. Miriam has been practicing nonprofit law since 1993, and counsels nonprofit organizations on entity formation, application for exempt status, reporting compliance, tax matters, reinstatement, and operations all from the perspective of noprofit law. Miriam has presented seminars throughout the state of Indiana on nonprofit formation and governance. You can find more information about forming a nonprofit entity, including sample documents and previous presentations at Miriam’s blog, www.lawlatte.com
Miriam provides legal services in the area of Government law, and advises small governmental agencies on matters specific to that governmental unit. Governmental agencies are subject to more regulations, must operate with more organizational formality, and are subject to public scrutiny for business operations. Miriam helps government clients navigate the complicated regulatory government process.