Search Site
Menu
Agricultural Law

Today’s farmers face an ever increasing set of regulations and laws.  For over 50 years, farmers have trusted Stubbs & Perdue to provide them with the expert advice to navigate whatever issue arises in their operations.  Stubbs & Perdue understands farming and the challenges you deal with every day, whether it involves financing, crop insurance, contracts, environmental regulations, or expansion of farming operations.  Our law firm has represented individuals and businesses in all farming sectors, including row crop farming operations like tobacco, corn, soybeans, and cotton farmers; produce growers and packers, hog farmers, and livestock operations.

Our law firm can represent you on all legal matters affecting your farming operation, whether you farm yourself or through a corporation or partnership. Our law firm can assist you with issues including:

  • Financial difficulties caused by a poor crop year, including lawsuits by lenders or suppliers;
  • Strategies for obtaining crop financing or structuring crop financing from new lenders;
  • Federal criminal or civil litigation arising from crop insurance claims;
  • Lawsuits to collect money owed to the FSA, lenders, or other suppliers;
  • Tax issues arising out of your farming operation, including past due taxes, tax planning strategies, and negotiating agreements with the IRS for State of North Carolina;
  • Strategies for passing on the family farm to the next generation;
  • Sales or purchases of farm assets;
  • Negotiating contracts or leases with suppliers, vendors, growers, or other parties;
  • Setting up new entities;
  • Denial of crop insurance claims.

Call Stubbs & Perdue at 1-800-348-9404 or contact us online to schedule your consultation at our New Bern or Raleigh offices.

 

Our Offices
  • New Bern
    310 Craven Street,
    P.O. Box 1654
    New Bern, North Carolina 28563
    Phone: 1-800-348-9404
  • Raleigh Office
    9208 Falls of Neuse Road
    Suite 201
    Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
    Phone: 919-870-6258
Handbook Revised
contact us