We understand that farming is more than just a job, so whether you’re a farmer or a landowner, you need more than just a lawyer.
With a sector-led approach to agriculture, we have experts across many areas of law affecting farmers and landowners. Whether you are looking for help with the everyday formalities or non-farming issues such as diversification, tax planning or family law, we have the proven specialist expertise to keep you on track.
Trusted by clients and their families for over 100 years and, as the East Midlands Legal Panel representative for the NFU, you need look no further for all the legal assistance that you require.
Our appointment and subsequent reappointment as NFU Legal Panel for the East Midlands reflects our experience in specialist agricultural cases, as well as non-farming areas such as diversification, tax planning, probate, family law and conveyancing.
Our team of agricultural law experts can provide advice on a wide range of agricultural matters, including:
We don’t just understand the law, we understand Agriculture law meaning our expert solicitors can provide you with the authoritative advice that makes sure your interests are protected.
Farming and owning land can come with all kinds of personal legal issues, including wills and probate, trusts, family matters, veterinary negligence and equine law. We have a wealth of experience in dealing with the issues that affect rural communities and families, including:
Training and development are at the heart of our service delivery. This is why we ensure that all our legal experts have personal development targets, not only in their field of law but also within the sectors in which they work, to ensure they have the knowledge and understanding to deliver clients with the best possible advice.
Our solicitors are engaged with the agriculture community, either actively involved in the business through family members or members of associations that enable them to stay ahead of the game.