Protecting your family’s interests.
Life on the farm is more than crops, livestock and land in the countryside: it’s where business meets family, it has heritage and meaning.
Succession planning and the rights of children in the family are real concerns for many land and estate owners.
And making sure the right people are in charge of a business is essential to its long-term success.
Landlords and tenants both need to know where one another’s responsibilities begin and end.
These agreements can be laid down prior to the acquisition of a farm or a lease for sporting activities or food production.
Find out how our agriculture and rural team and private client law experts can make a difference to your family’s life in the country.
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