Structuring your farming business so it is tailored to your business needs.
- A legal team that understands all aspects of farming business structures can help your business run efficiently and ensure it passes securely to the next generation.
- As well as providing all these services to exceptionally high standards, we can also introduce you to other specialists who can provide expert support for your business.
When following complicated legislation surrounding farming you may need a bit of a helping hand, as no matter how much experience you have in the industry there may be legal jargon and confusing aspects of paperwork that become a stumbling block when trying to grow your business.
At Moore Barlow we are able to provide a catered approach, with years of experience covering a variety of cases, so that we can find the best solution that works for you. We have members of our legal team that are not only experts in their sector, but who understand all aspects of farming and the business structures that can help your business.
Our team at Moore Barlow will be able to come up with the best strategy for your farming business, one that will allow you to run it as efficiently as possible, as well as ensure it flourishes and passes securely onto the next generation. Every service we provide you with will be delivered to an exceptionally high standard, as well as also introducing you to skilled specialists who can provide expert support for your business. We can also supply you with the careful planning and strategy that is needed when dealing with the partnership structures commonly found in rural businesses, ensuring that whatever plan we draw up is tailored to your unique business needs.
Farming partnerships are more complicated than they first appear; it is quite often the case that they hold valuable assets such as farm entitlements, land, machinery and livestock. Therefore, it is important to get the right legal service from experiences professionals who understand the issues you face.
We advise on all aspects of farming business structures including partnerships, sole traders, companies and limited liability partnerships (LLP).
With our expert team working across our offices in London, Guildford, Richmond, Southampton, Lymington and Woking, we’re ideally placed to offer specialist advice and support both locally and nationally.