Farming is a business in which relationships can be as important as profits. Our dedicated agricultural lawyers know that building and understanding those relationships is often as important as legal knowledge, especially as so many transactions revolve around tax. We do our best to draw these strands together and our clients tell us that we do it well, which is why they stay with us for generations.
Of course, we specialise in buying and selling farms, but that is only a part of our work. We integrate this with family partnerships, tax and estate planning, agricultural tenancies, renewable energy projects, development options, mineral extraction and everything else that goes on in the countryside.