Farming and Agriculture
With an outstanding national reputation, you can entrust your legal affairs to our experienced agricultural solicitors.
With an exceptional reputation among the agricultural community not only in East Anglia but across the UK, our agricultural solicitors use our knowledge of taxation law and EU legislation and policies to help our clients achieve their commercial goals.
The period leading up to the UK’s exit from the EU will bring major challenges and much uncertainty. Throughout that period we will have close contact with policymakers both in the UK and Brussels and will be well placed to advise on the new environment for UK agriculture.
Agricultural law can cover a broad spectrum of legal issues including agricultural infrastructure, seed and fertiliser use, agricultural finance, agricultural labour, land rights, insurance and even marketing. Get in touch today to find out how we can help you with your issue.
Our team of Agricultural Solicitors
Our Suffolk-based team of farming and agricultural solicitors provide a broad range of services to our clients, including but not limited to:
- Advice on old style agricultural tenancies and farm business tenancies
- Succession claims
- Notices to quit
- Associated tax planning arrangements
- Family partnership disputes
- Diversification projects, including renewable energy schemes and sales of land for development
The majority of our client relationships go back many years, while some of our solicitors also act as trustees and are closely involved with family trusts and long term financial planning. We have experienced working with private individuals, businesses, landowners, landlords, property developers, farmers, trustees and more.
If you have interests in the commercial agricultural law sector, speak to our team of Ipswich-based agricultural law solicitors who will be happy to help.
Contact us, we are here to help.